In response to recent criticism from Vikings receiver Greg Jennings, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers didn’t have anything to say. Jennings’ boss had plenty to say.
Leslie Frazier isn’t happy with Jennings’ decision to antagonize Rodgers, and Frazier has told the media that he plans to tell it to Jennings directly.
“That’s not something that we’re high on, and he and I are going to talk before we practice [Saturday afternoon],” Frazier said, via Kevin Seifert of ESPN.com. “I’ve got to grab him. That’s not how we do things. We’ll talk. We’re going to talk about it. He has strong feelings regarding his former team, and that’s good. But there is a way to get that communicated, and we’ve got to sit down and he and I have got to talk a little bit.”
Jennings has taken multiple shots at Rodgers since joining the Vikings. Most recently, Jennings seemed to question Rodgers’ commitment to the concept of team and his ability to respond appropriately to criticism.
Though Jennings’ goal may be to get under Rodgers’ skin in the hopes of throwing off his focus when the two teams play, Frazier doesn’t agree with the approach. And the head coach tends to get his way.