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Terry Bradshaw Says Rodgers’ Whining Shows How Weak He Is

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Add former NFL quarterback and Super Bowl champion Terry Bradshaw to the list of people wondering what is packed inside Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers’ head at the moment.

“With him being that upset shows me how weak he is,” Bradshaw said during an appearance on WFAN’s Moose and Maggie show. “Who the hell cares who you draft? I mean, he’s a three-time MVP in the league, and he’s worried about this guy they drafted last year at No. 1?”

That somebody was quarterback Jordan Love, who served as Rodgers’ backup last season. Love has yet to play an NFL down.

But rumor has it that Rodgers wants out of Green Bay fast because the Packers have Love on the roster, ready and waiting, should Rodgers … you know, fail. The word on the street now is that the only way Rodgers will again play for the Packers is if general manager Brian Gutekunst is fired.

“And for (Rodgers) to be upset, I don’t understand that,” Bradshaw said. “Pittsburgh drafted Mark Malone No. 1, Cliff Stoudt in the third or fourth round. I had them coming at me from all angles. I embraced it because when we went to practice, I wasn’t worried about those guys. You know? They didn’t scare me a bit. So I don’t understand why he’s so upset at Green Bay. … And then if they fire the general manager he’ll come back? Are you kidding me? Really? Aaron, that’s where this is?”

Bradshaw said if he were in charge of the Packers, Rodgers wouldn’t be going anywhere — except maybe the bench.

“Here’s what I’d do,” Bradshaw said. “I wouldn’t budge. Let him gripe. Let him cry. Retire. You’re 38. Go ahead and retire. See you later. I mean, I’m really strong about stuff like that, and it makes him look weak. In my way of looking at it, it makes him look weak.”

Written by Sam Amico

Sam Amico spent 15 years covering the NBA for Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports and NBA.com, along with a few other spots, and currently runs his own basketball website on the side, FortyEightMinutes.com.

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  1. Hmmm… Didn’t that GM that Rodgers hates draft three OL guys? Shore up their line just a little?

    Eh. Who knows. Bradshaw is brain-damaged, but absolutely right. “Camp starts on this date. If you aren’t there with bells on, then don’t show up at all.”

    • Hey Adrian…how about you cut and paste some quotes from “the cry baby drama queen bitch Rodgers” for all of us to read. Whaddaya say…give us his exact words…the cry baby drama queen bitch…I wanna hear what he’s been saying about the situation.

      From Packerswire.com:
      Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was unwilling to speak on camera with NBC at the Kentucky Derby, but he did have an off-camera conversation with Mike Tirico at the event on Saturday.
      Ian Rapoport of NFL Network provided the full quote from Tirico, who summarized the conversation. Rodgers told Tirico he was disappointed that the conflict between him and the Packers is now public, and confirmed there is a “chasm” between the two sides. He also said to watch during the next couple of weeks for comments from both sides.
      It’s worth noting that Rodgers did not confirm or deny he wants to leave Green Bay, at least according to Tirico.

    • If Terry Bradshaw (who really is DUMBER than a bag of rocks) has some quotes from Rodgers…let’s hear ’em, Terry. Of are you gonna be a bitch and talk behind Rodgers back without any truth???

  2. Rodgers started crying because Tommy threw 4 picks and he still couldn’t produce the victory. So, the modern “man” starts crying and blaming other people.

    • And put it this way…Patrick Mahomes lost to Tommy in the SB with less than ideal conditions. Rather than crying about it…we haven’t heard a peep out of him. And the Chiefs beefed up the OL.

    • I think this is right, actually. I think this is how Rodgers thinks he will deal with his legacy. If he stays in GB, he will be the guy who played there 15 years and only won once. If he leaves now and goes to any other team, well clearly poor GM and coaching drove him out of GB right at the cusp of winning it all once again.

      Weird logic, but he is a weird guy.

  3. With the smear campaign the president (Mark Murphy) and the rubber-stamp GM/former GB intern (Brian Gutekunst) have begun…leaking shit all over the place…and with useful idiots like Terry Bradshaw slurping it up from the NFL milk bowl, it’s no wonder “prima donna bitch cry baby” has become the adjective used any time somebody types “Aaron Rodgers” on a forum or blog.

    Anybody have a quote from Rodgers? I’m sure he’s said a couple of things…like to Mike Tirico on NBC at the Derby. Besides that? Anybody?
    Murphy and Gutekunst BOTH KNOW their jobs are on the line…and they’re gonna fight tooth and nail.
    The Green Bay ownership structure is really no ownership at all. It’s 361K shareholders owning 5MIL shares of GB Packers stock.
    The Packers have a 43-member Board of Directors that chooses a 7-member Executive Committee.
    The seven-member Executive Committee of the Green Bay Packers presently is composed of: Thomas L. Olson, Vice President and Lead Director; John L. Skoug, Member; Mark H. Murphy, President; Daniel T. Ariens, Secretary; Donald J. Long Jr., Member; Susan M. Finco, Member; and Michael D. Simmer, Treasurer.
    Murphy is the member of the Exec. Comm. that receives monetary compensation. He hires the GM and the HC.
    The “ownership” of the Packers is fine with winning the division and making the playoffs. I mean, people can’t get teachers to go back in the classroom and that’s with parents being hit up for school taxes!!! So you think somebody’s gonna get a quorum of 361K shareholders to have a mini-revolt against the mediocre management? Not likely.
    The only way things will change is when Green Bay no longer has a HOF QB (Bart Starr…Alabama and the early Pack with Lombardi…HC Mike Holmgren and Bret Favre and then Aaron Rodgers).
    Green Bay Packers and their fans are in for a “Great Reset”.
    Head Coaches in Green Bay since 2000: Mike Sherman (.594 lifetime win pct), Mike McCarthy (.618 lifetime), Joe Philbin (.500 lifetime – 1 yr) and now the .813 wunderkind, Matt LeFleur, who’s riding on Rodgers coattails since Rodgers has been having HOF numbers the last 2 years.

    The NFL is about “The N F L”. Rodgers going to another team is made to order for their visibility, their brand, their exposure, and their ratings most of all.
    The NFL is very happy to play this up. Look what happened when TB12 went to Tampa Bay…when Peyton went to the Broncos. It’s time for another big splash.

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