Does Aaron Rodgers deserve control of his future with the Packers? | Get Up

Publicerades den 7 apr 2021
Joey Galloway, Marcus Spears and Dan Graziano discuss Aaron Rodgers’ future with the Green Bay Packers. Spears believes Rodgers deserves a say, while Graziano says the Packers will stand firm on their way of doing business.
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0:00 Joey Galloway marvels over Aaron Rodgers' playmaking ability.
1:45 Marcus Spears doesn't understand why Aaron Rodgers doesn't have a say.
3:14 Dan Graziano believes the Packers will not change how they conduct football operations.
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  • 0:00 Joey Galloway marvels over Aaron Rodgers' playmaking ability. 1:45 Marcus Spears doesn't understand why Aaron Rodgers doesn't have a say. 3:14 Dan Graziano believes the Packers will not change how they conduct football operations.

  • He's not making demands because Favre made demands, they didn't address any of them. So Favre 'retired' and went to the Jets.

  • The subsequent buffer preclinically follow because geometry regretfully push at a maddening salt. dapper, combative nitrogen

  • "Deserve has nothing to do with it " Greenbay forgot how bad they used to be, Tampa has it fresh in their mind. That's the difference

  • No he does not. He needs to shut up and play 😆

  • LOL didn't Greeny make a video last year about how Rodgers wasn't good anymore?

  • Every elite QB has control to some extent. They can request trades and get the ball rolling, but you shouldn't just allows players to do whatever they want.

  • What have you done for me lately .

    • Mvp 1st seed, lost by one score in nfc championship game with 3 TDs

  • 1 Super Bowl, 10 years ago

  • I don’t like Dan Grazionos face

  • Yes he's a Pro Bowler, Hall Of Famer he deserves a better receiving core Brady's first year with a receiving core like Tampa he's an All Star

    • @knowyourenemy50 Our defense isn't great we select shitty players that side of the ball except for Jaire if we select a Patrick Surtain we could compete defense wins championships quality defenders

    • @knowyourenemy50 And remember I saw Elway and Marino when I was really little like eight

    • @knowyourenemy50 Marino is a Hall Of Famer I saw him play didn't win a Superbowl

    • @knowyourenemy50 He's not Brady but he's a Hall Of Famer

    • @knowyourenemy50 We should have won the game against the Colts because your great fantasy star Scantling dropped a pass

  • Does any of this blabber matter? It's these same "experts" who said by drafting Love, Rodgers was out or he'd be frustrated and the team would finish 8-8 and he'd drop off in production. It's nothing but worthless talk.

  • packers are raising ticket prices from $75 to $100 dollars.... this way they the players will have enough money to buy tickets to Super Bowl 22.......

  • 25th comment Rodgers Wilson swap teams.

  • No ... He is a player not a coach or GM

  • You have to agree with Marcus Spears. If Rodgers walked into the front office and made an ultimatum like he said either the organization decides to stick with Rodgers and go whole hog on winning a super bowl now, or they ship him off to somewhere that actually wants him. If you listen to all of the journalists talking about the situation, that should be a win-win situation for Rodgers, so why hasn’t he done it yet? Obviously because Rodgers doesn’t think what everybody else thinks he thinks (if that makes any sense at all). I can think two possible reasons for that. The first is that Rodgers does want to stay in Green Bay, but he doesn’t have faith that the organization thinks the same. The second is that he’s trying to play the moral high ground where there is no way Green Bay can let him go without looking bad, and even if they do his “all I can do is play my best” attitude will make him an even more wanted prospect for other teams. Either way, he seems content with just playing his best since that seems like the best attitude to have either way.

  • so...no baseball? no basketball? like, at all?

  • Say it with me AAAAAAARON ROGERSSSSS IS A BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD MAAAAAAAN! and he deserves better because that brother is special, his on a whole different level ! I’ve seen this brother take on two outstanding woman and he was able to pleasure them both at the same exact time...That brother is special

  • Paul Pierce : Yall Working Too HARD Yall Need To RELAX

  • It’s crazy only a couple of weeks ago ESPN banned their analysts going on pats show and now they using his interviews for numerous segments....

    • I knew they would too if the ban was still going on I would of DMCAed any clip they would of used.

    • Pat banned them back 😂😂😂

  • No. He can end it early on his own terms, but every relationship, be it person to person or person to business, is a 2 way street. Both parties have to agree to keep it going, but only one has to decide to axe it (with contract caveats in the business world of course, but so long as the contract terms are met the point stands).

  • Nope

  • The best career advice that I learned is don’t ever attach your-self to a PERSON, a place, a company, an organization or a project. Only Attach your-self to your mission in life and your PURPOSE. That’s how you keep your power and keep your peace!

  • Stupid question. Ofc he deserves control on his future

  • Yes

  • Nah

  • Yeah. He’s Aaron Rodgers

  • Yeah he is gonna retire soon anyway let him do what he wants for a year or two

    • @fîsh Idk, he may want to play as long as Brady if he’s on a competitive team

    • @Ryan Irwin- Diehl id say 2-3

    • He probably has 4-5 years left if he stays healthy. If the Packers come up short again, he’ll join an instant contender like the Saints

  • 100%

  • Yes. Full stop.

  • Yeh