All is not well in Green Bay right now and Ryan Clark seems to know the biggest issue with the team.
The former Pittsburgh Steelers star is putting Aaron Rodgers on blast for creating locker room toxicity for what he has been saying in the media.
On ‘The Pat McAfee Show’ earlier this week, the Green Bay Packers QB stated that players were making too many mistakes and that reps need to be taken away as a result.
Clark took to ESPN’s ‘GetUp’ and accused the Packers star of creating a terrible environment in the locker room.
“Hey, Aaron must be back on the shrooms right now. Aaron, man. Come on, guy, like you can’t do this. And I get it. I get what he’s saying, right? I get the bravado and the arrogance and the confidence that comes with what Aaron Rodgers has accomplished in his career.
“You know what? If you guys don’t like what I’m saying, then you can come to me. Well, first off, he actually didn’t point out anybody specifically.
Clark wasn’t finished:
“Now, if you come to Aaron Rodgers, you know you’re the guy messing up. You basically admit it. You’re talking about me. So that’s the first reason you can’t come to him. Here’s the second reason. Aaron Rodgers doesn’t seem to me to be, that we can have an adult conversation and walk away like any type of person. Right.
“He doesn’t seem to be the dude that I can walk up to as Ryan Clark and be like, ‘Hey, man, look here, bro. Like, I think you need to stop throwing your teammates under the bus. I think you need to focus on you. Let’s use the thumb more than to pointer finger and figure out a way that we could get this together.’”
The Green Bay Packers are second in the NFC North with a 3-4 record as they look up at the 5-1 Minnesota Vikings. The team is fresh off a 23-21 road loss to the Washington Commanders last Sunday.
On the season, Aaron Rodgers has 1,597 passing yards and 11 touchdowns against three interceptions and a 50.5 quarterback rating.
There is a clear lack of talent downfield for the Packers, but their ground attack hasn’t been much better.
Nothing gets better as the team gets set to face a powerhouse in the form of the Buffalo Bills on the road.