Three ways Packers can show they are committed to Aaron Rodgers
Three months remain before the start of the Green Bay Packers‘ regular season and we still have absolutely no idea whether Aaron Rodgers will be the starting quarterback.
As fans, it can be frustrating. We don’t know the full details of the situation. Is there any way the Packers and Rodgers can get back on the same page and fix this? Would Rodgers consider returning and, if so, what would it take?
Today, we’re going to look at how the Packers can show they are committed to Rodgers long term. Maybe they already have. Perhaps Rodgers has no interest in ever returning. Maybe the Packers don’t want to commit long term after drafting Jordan Love. Your guess is as good as mine. Only Rodgers and those close to this situation have any clue about the full details.
However, in this article, we’ll look at ways the Packers could show Rodgers they are committed to the here and now and aren’t preparing for life after their three-time MVP.
Actions speak louder than words. If Rodgers wants some long-term security from the team that drafted him, GM Brian Gutekunst would be better off showing him how he plans to do that, rather than just saying he’s committed.
Fortunately for Gutekunst, I’ve got a few suggestions for him.