The Inexperienced Bay Packers nonetheless do not know if disgruntled quarterback and reigning NFL Most Worthwhile Participant Aaron Rodgers will report for coaching camp July 27, however there seems to be a rising feeling he’ll ultimately return to the group amid rumors he does not need to play one other down for the group.
Per Michael David Smith of Professional Soccer Discuss, former teammate A.J. Hawk referred to as his shot on “The Pat McAfee Present” and stated A-Rod will not be going anyplace earlier than not less than the top of the upcoming season.
“What have I stated from the beginning? I stated, ‘I don’t see him enjoying anyplace else,'” Hawk defined. “I don’t see Inexperienced Bay buying and selling him. I don’t see that taking place. I don’t know the way it has to work, however yeah, I really feel like he’s going to be in Inexperienced Bay.”
This is not the primary time anyone with alleged inside info made such a prediction. It was again within the first half of June when former Packers large receiver James Jones instructed Colin Cowherd:
“I really imagine that he shall be there for coaching camp, this can get fastened, and I feel the connection will get significantly better between him and (normal supervisor Brian Gutekunst).”
Jones added he talks to Rodgers “on a regular basis.”
There’s extra. In keeping with Bleacher Report’s Mike Chiari, ESPN NFL insider Jeremy Fowler reported on a Thursday version of “SportsCenter” there’s a “barely rising sense” amongst some NFL personalities that this story solely ends with Rodgers ultimately taking snaps for the Packers.
Rodgers continues to be signed by means of 2023, turns 38 years previous in December, and is operating out of choices contemplating the vast majority of even average contenders have QB1s or will not blow issues up in the course of the preseason with so little time to organize for September. Except Rodgers is legitimately prepared to take a seat the 2021 season out, a number of indicators are pointing to him main the Inexperienced Bay offense once more this fall.