The Only Way Aaron Rodgers Gets Traded Off the Packers

The Only Way Aaron Rodgers Gets Traded Off the Packers
Jason Smith: “The Athletic reported that the big scenario in which the Packers would trade Aaron Rodgers is if they 'believed he was truly committed to never playing for them again.’ This is the Packers saying ‘YOU’RE GOING TO HAVE TO DO THE ONE THING YOU DON’T WANT TO DO, AARON, YOU GOTTA BE A BAD GUY!’ One thing that Aaron Rodgers doesn’t like to be is a BAD GUY. He loves his image. He loves being the ‘Jeopardy’ host. He loves being the guy everyone respects and has the respect of everybody in the league. He loves that people love him, and even loves that people love his vacation videos that he take with Miles Teller. He likes being liked and doesn’t want to be ‘that guy,’ and the Packers are saying ‘if you really want out you gotta be the BAD GUY and be okay with Packers fans not liking you and saying bad things about you'… All Aaron has gotta do to get out is be the bad guy, but here’s the rub: HE DOESN’T WANNA DO THAT… The Packers are betting that he doesn’t have the guts to do it, and they’ve been daring him to do this ever since they drafted Jordan Love.” (Full Audio Above)

Listen to Jason Smith explains the ONLY way Aaron Rodgers can get traded from the Green Bay Packers, as Jason believes there is one route that the Packers are daring Aaron to take if he truly wants out.

Check out the audio above as Smith details why the Packers ultimately want to come out of this feeling like the victims here, and make an insecure, suddenly corporate, and image-obsessed Rodgers come out of this looking like the BAD GUY.

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