The offseason has been very eventful for several quarterbacks and their franchise.
Russell Wilson, Deshaun Watson and Aaron Rodgers have all reportedly expressed interest in moving on to a different team for an assortment of reasons.
The Seahawks and Russell Wilson have seemingly calmed down and on the verge of staying together for the 2021 season. The Houston Texans have the worst situation with Watson not only wanting out, but facing mounting civil lawsuits.
The Packers superstar QB Aaron Rodgers reportedly has several destinations he would like to go to as he seems dug in on leaving the franchise.
Former Green Bay Packers GM Ron Wolf is not a person who is a fan of quarterbacks demanding trades and referred to them as divas.
“We have a lot of divas playing in the league right now,” Wolf said in an appearance on the Big Show Network, via ProFootballTalk. “I fail to understand that all these guys have long-term deals. I can’t believe the game has changed that remarkably.”
Each of the three quarterbacks listed above are signed for at least the next three seasons. It doesn’t necessarily make them divas as they have not violated of their deals.
FS1’s Colin Cowherd is coming to the defense of the QB’s after Wolf’s comments.
“Ron Wolf, I know he’s a legend, but he needs to join the ‘just stop talking’ club. He left the NFL 20 years ago,” Cowherd said. “It was different… You could literally have an average quarterback, your best player be a running back, have a good defense, and make Super Bowls. ”