Prior to Draft 2021 from National Football League (NFL) to date it has been rumored that Aaron Rodgers does not want to continue with Green Bay Packers, however, his head coach Matt LaFleur he continues to include it in his plans.
The disagreement of the veteran quarterback It is due to the fact that the directive has not formed a sufficiently competitive offensive to be close to the conquest of the Super Bowl in recent years.
And is that despite being one of the best today, he has only been able to guide his team to the championship of the 2010 season, when he beat 31-25 to Pittsburgh Steelers en el Cowboys Stadium de Arlington, Texas.
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Rodgers accumulates 4,285 completions for 51,245 yards and 412 touchdowns in 16 years of career.
Last Friday, May 14, was the first time that Matt LaFleur spoke at a press conference after the Draft, where he assured that he has Aaron Rodgers to face the 2021 season with Green Bay Packers, although he mentioned that they still do not convince him at all.
“I have nothing new to say and obviously we still feel the same … We want him back. I know he knows and we will continue to work on it every day,” commented.
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It should be remembered that it is the second consecutive year in which the Packers incorporate a new quarterback: first they selected Jordan Love in 2020 and recently signed Blake Bortles, former Jacksonville Jaguars and New England Patriots player, another possible reason for Aaron’s upset.
On the one hand, Utah State graduate has not debuted in the NFL, while Bortles He has 6 years of experience in the league.
Everything seems to indicate that this novel is just beginning, but it is a fact that Matt LaFleur contemplate Aaron Rodgers on Green Bay Packers for the 2021 NFL season; only time will decide their fate.