Everyday, we are hearing about constant unhappiness from Aaron Rodgers with the Green Bay Packers, and now a longtime opponent has voiced his support for the three-time NFL MVP.
Appearing on ESPN’s First Take, Richard Sherman said he thinks Rodgers has been “getting disrespected by Green Bay for a while.”
“He’s got probably one of the best wide receivers in football, and will be for a long time in Davante Adams, and they don’t give him much else outside of that.
They got a running game, they’ve got great running backs, but outside of that, he’s looking for a true No. 2 receiver, and he’s done it with whatever they’ve given him, but it’s not like you’ve seen, hey man, the Packers have taken two first-round receivers and two first-round o-linemen and they’re really trying to get A-Rod what he needs, or they’ve taken a huge free agency signing and gave him somebody else special.”
Sherman also pointed out the Washington Football Team as Rodgers’ next destination:
Per Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio, Rodgers “doesn’t like anyone” in Green Bay’s front office “for a variety of reasons.”
The Packers are coming off 2-straight years of advancing to the NFC Championship Game, with Rodgers winning the MVP for this past season. Now, everything is completely falling apart and it all started when the team selected quarterback Jordan Love in the first round.
Rodgers won his third MVP award after throwing for 4,299 yards and 48 touchdowns.