It’s been an interesting offseason for the Green Bay Packers and quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
The 34-year-old already has lost his best wide receiver in Jordy Nelson and his quarterback coach Alex Van Pelt, and reports surfaced Tuesday about him being frustrated with the offseason moves — specifically that he wasn’t involved in the decisions — per Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson, who cited two anonymous sources that were close to the team.
Rodgers downplayed the situation, stating he understands his role with team, per Packers senior writer Mike Spofford.
“I know my role and that’s to play quarterback the best that I can, and the team is going to try to put the right guys in place, the right coaches in place, the right players in place, and you just have to trust the process,” Rodgers said.
Rodgers took to Twitter on Tuesday to quote a tweet from the official Packers Twitter account that posted an article regarding his comments made about what’s been happening this season.
Is Rodgers frustrated about the reports that claim he’s frustrated?
The quarterback has two years left on his current contract and has made it clear he not only wants to play into his 40’s, but end his career in Green Bay.