We’re finally to the point where if any action is going to happen with Aaron Rodgers, it is going to start warming up now.
It has been all the talk since the draft with information coming in one week saying Rodgers is absolutely done with Green Bay, then the next week saying he’s just bluffing.
At this point, we’ll start seeing one way or the other what the reality of the situation is.
Here’s the key thing I’m looking for as a fan who wants to see Rodgers in orange and blue: What happens with Rodgers missing OTAs and do the Packers front office fine him?
If the Packers fine him, I see Rodgers as likely to put his foot down and finally say publicly what he has to date been coy about when in front of the cameras.
But if they don’t, the possibility is very real that all of this was just a bag of drama and Rodgers will end up leveraging this situation into a bigger paycheck with the job security he wants in order to finish his career.
I can’t help but think back to some of the drama he’s had in the past with his family and think that the smoke we saw right before the draft has something to it. I still very much have hope to see another HOF QB in orange and blue in my lifetime and think that hope is very much something that is not just possible, but likely.
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