Blitz
a year ago
Suppose he takes a pay cut?
Wants to "retire", but stay with the Packers?
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nerdmann
a year ago

No way this would happen. Rodgers isn’t going to come back the be a backup. And the Packers aren’t paying that salary for a backup either. Out of all scenarios, this is the least likely, as in 0%. 

I understand your thought process though. It just won’t happen.

Originally Posted by: go.pack.go. 



Aaron is afraid of open competition at his position. We've all seen him in the playoffs and in must-win games, like the last one against Detroit.
“Winning is not a sometime thing, it is an all the time thing. You don't do things right once in a while…you do them right all the time.”
Zero2Cool
a year ago

Wow man. Is Spoon confirming that the Packers gave up all there leverage to Aaron, such that now Aaron has all the leverage over them? Does anyone have access to this article? 

Originally Posted by: nerdmann 


I believe we all knew the leverage was all Packers until they offered that contract. Now the leverage is in Aaron Rodgers hands. Rodgers said he won't hold the team hostage, so we just have to wait and see.  I suspect he'll announce he's playing in 2023 in the coming weeks and if not, then he'll state his plans days or a week prior to free agency. The Packers are fine. They can't do anything right now anyway. But sure has to suck formulating two different plans. One with Rodgers, one without Rodgers.
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go.pack.go.
a year ago

I believe we all knew the leverage was all Packers until they offered that contract. Now the leverage is in Aaron Rodgers hands. Rodgers said he won't hold the team hostage, so we just have to wait and see.  I suspect he'll announce he's playing in 2023 in the coming weeks and if not, then he'll state his plans days or a week prior to free agency. The Packers are fine. They can't do anything right now anyway. But sure has to suck formulating two different plans. One with Rodgers, one without Rodgers.

Originally Posted by: Zero2Cool 



Im sure it really sucks for Jordan Love. Unless he has some inside information that we don’t know about.
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Zero2Cool
a year ago

Im sure it really sucks for Jordan Love. Unless he has some inside information that we don’t know about.

Originally Posted by: go.pack.go. 



I have no information to go on here. However, I just don't think we will have both Aaron Rodgers and Jordan Love on the 2023 Packers. 
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nerdmann
a year ago

I believe we all knew the leverage was all Packers until they offered that contract. Now the leverage is in Aaron Rodgers hands. Rodgers said he won't hold the team hostage, so we just have to wait and see.  I suspect he'll announce he's playing in 2023 in the coming weeks and if not, then he'll state his plans days or a week prior to free agency. The Packers are fine. They can't do anything right now anyway. But sure has to suck formulating two different plans. One with Rodgers, one without Rodgers.

Originally Posted by: Zero2Cool 



Remember when we had a GM with balls who was able to stand up to players who demanded full control over the franchise? 

In fairness, Aaron did have three years to prepare whereas the new guy had two, with one being the covid year, thus barely any training camp. But still. 

Talk about selling the franchise's soul. There better be more to this story.
“Winning is not a sometime thing, it is an all the time thing. You don't do things right once in a while…you do them right all the time.”
Zero2Cool
a year ago

Remember when we had a GM with balls who was able to stand up to players who demanded full control over the franchise? 

In fairness, Aaron did have three years to prepare whereas the new guy had two, with one being the covid year, thus barely any training camp. But still. 

Talk about selling the franchise's soul. There better be more to this story.

Originally Posted by: nerdmann 



That is one thing I admired about the Ron Wolf years. He had that confidence to say "I'll accept the job providing I have full control over football operations", and to his credit, Bob Harlan said the right answer. I say to his credit because previously the board of CEO dweebs kept their fingers in football business and instead of sticking to the business of football.

My hope is once Mark Murphy is replaced, the new CEO knows his role and stays the F out of football affairs. I know other organizations succeed with this everyone report to CEO/President but I just think it's cleaner for us to have everyone pointing to the GM.

I think Russ Ball and Matt LaFleur should be reporting to Brian Gutekunst rather than all three of them reporting to a CEO. 

I also think if Brian Gutekunst was in full control, the whole Rodgers thing would be easier to predict.  Right now we're not sure if Murphy pulling strings or what. 
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yooperfan
a year ago
Mark Murphy has to go!
It's going to be hard for me to hang on for another two years with him at the helm.
Although I'm quickly losing faith in LeFleur as well.
At the age of75 I don't have many years left to enjoy my beloved Packers..
I would enjoy these last few years a lot more if Murphy and Rodgers were gone.
nerdmann
a year ago
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“Winning is not a sometime thing, it is an all the time thing. You don't do things right once in a while…you do them right all the time.”
Zero2Cool
a year ago

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Originally Posted by: nerdmann 



This is bogusly spoken out of context. Rodgers also stated that there's only one or two teams that are actually rebuilding and he cited the Texans as one. And post-game vs Lions he said the Packers are a couple players away. Why don't people take the time to actually listen to the whole thing instead of taking clickbait BS snippets for attention? GBP Daily is dead to me now. They do it way too much.
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