Aaron Rodgers has complaints about the inner workings of the Green Bay Packers. I know, it’s quite shocking.
First, the Green Bay Packers quarterback had issues with audibles going forward, then the team using joint practice against the Houston Texans was also an issue, but he shouldn’t expect that to end anytime soon.
“[A]bsolutely 100 percent I want to do this again,” LaFleur said Tuesday.
Now, it’s something related to the special teams that Rodgers has a problem with, which also seemed to have an element of snitching on his own head coach.
“I don’t think doing live special teams drills is very smart,” Rodgers said. “I think the [NFL]PA is going to look at that, for sure. The kickoff especially is one of the most dangerous plays in football, and that’s why they’ve tweaked different things over the years. Close to a live kickoff drill I don’t think is best use of a [joint] practice.”
He may not have said the name of his head coach, but using the phrase not “very smart,” it’s not hard to figure out who he is referreing to making the decision to do live special teams drills during joint practice.
One only wonders what will happen if the team gets off to a slow start or miss the postseason yet again.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.