Aaron Rodgers might be happy, but that doesn’t mean he likes the Green Bay Packers front office.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback was recently taking questions from reporters when a funny comment caught his attention.
ESPN’s Packers beat reporter Rob Demovsky made reference to the QB telling Peter King in his FMIA column that he was a fan of tight end Bronson Kaufusi’s performance during training camp this year. Demovsky joked about his impending release as a result.
It’s been well documented that Rodgers was less than thrilled when the Packers released wide receiver Jake Kumerow before the 2020 season almost immediately after Rodgers was singing his praises.
The Packers could keep five wide receivers on the roster, and opted to keep undrafted free agent Malik Taylor instead of Kumerow. That was just one day after Rodgers publicly praised Kumerow.
“Jake Kumerow has been such a solid performer for us for the last couple of years. I love his reliability. I think he’s a fantastic steady player, who’s very heady on the field. He makes plays, he plays with a lot of confidence, and he’s a guy who you love having on the squad,” Rodgers told SiriusXM NFL Radio.