Aaron Rodgers Not Happy With Lack of Input In Packers Personnel Decisions

Paola Ditto
Aprile 17, 2018

"While the relationship between Rodgers and the Packers isn't in total disrepair, two league sources familiar with the quarterback's mindset described him as both "frustrated" and "emotional" over a lack of communication from the front office prior to some significant decisions this offseason", Robinson writes.

I know he's thinking about that stuff when it comes to the next contract because he should have earned a voice by now.

Aaron Rodgersa has had an offseason that has seen him lose two of his closest allies in the Packers building: QB coach Alex Van Pelt and Jordy Nelson, a receiver with whom he shared an ESP connection for years. "In other places with (elite) quarterbacks, consideration is given to those guys".

"My quarterback coach didn't get retained", Rodgers said on "Golic and Wingo". And in early April, he told Milwaukee's 102.9 The Hog that "it's pretty clear that players play and coaches coach and personnel people make decisions (and) that's the way they want it".

"There's interest on both sides in getting something done", Rodgers added. "In both situations, he had no influence with [the front office] before anything went down". But that's just not the way it works [in Green Bay].

Robinson said "any friction between Rodgers and the franchise could become accentuated in the coming months" as extension talks continue, and one of his sources is quoted as saying the frustration is just "going to keep coming out".

Rodgers is one of, if not the best quarterback in the league and remains a huge part of the Packers' long-term plans.

Rodgers has two years remaining on his current contract and cap hits of roughly $21 million in 2018 and 2019.

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