Published: Wed, April 10, 2019
Sport | By Ruben Hill

Greg Jennings responds to Packers’ Aaron Rodgers calling him out

Greg Jennings responds to Packers’ Aaron Rodgers calling him out

Nelson recently told Dan Patrick on the NBC Sports Network that if Rodgers came calling to have him return to the Packers, it would be "hard to say no."

Speaking with "Wilde and Tausch" Monday, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers addressed the Bleacher Report report from last week.

It was claimed Rodgers was not happy about not going No 1 and held a grudge about it. According to Dunne's source, St.

Rodgers echoed what McCarthy said of their relationship when it came up during an interview last week with ESPN.

"It limited my mobility for a good part of the season", Rodgers said. Brown were not on the same page.

He even went as far as to say, "I love Mike McCarthy", and asked fans to honor him and "show him the respect he deserves". "New rule: Dont speak on shit unless u know all the facts".

Buffalo Bills safety Micah Hyde played four seasons in Green Bay with Rodgers and gave his take on the negative comments made by some former Packers about Rodgers Tuesday on NFL Network. Rodgers came back in the second half of that game, threw three fourth-quarter touchdown passes and led the Packers to a 20-point comeback and a victory.

"I want to say two things: One, if they knew that, why would they offer me a contract past year?" "And two, if I really disliked Mike that much, then why would I re-sign knowing that if I play well and we do what we do around here, it's going to be me and Mike my entire career?" This just emphasized their opinion about me already. "Quality of life is important".

Rodgers acknowledged disagreements with McCarthy but said it was due to both of them being "alpha males" and "stubborn".

Jennings and Rodgers had a great run of success together. "I thought he'd be able to grow out of it, but, (expletive), you give a guy more money, there's more attitude, more diva-ness..." "To think you can be in a relationship that long and not have any frustrations, that's unrealistic". But all that nonsense obfuscates the fact that Rodgers, as he explained in a recent interview with ESPN Milwaukee, battled through 2018 with some pretty serious injuries. "We had conversations. Things didn't fester for weeks, months, years". "So, instead of trashing this guy on the way out, let's remember the wonderful times that we had together", Rodgers said.

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