Aaron Rodgers has an “interest on who the next guy would be”

AP

The elephant in the room for the Packers continues to be the relationship between quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the next head coach. But everyone involved in the process is trying to downplay that reality, Rodgers included.

The 35-years-and-one-day-old quarterback met with reporters on Monday, and he tried to walk the line between making his preferences known and minding his own business.

“I’m obviously an older player in the league, I still have a number of years on my contract, would love to still play to 40, and I think there’s an interest on who the next guy would be,” Rodgers said, “but Mark [Murphy] and Brian [Gutekunst] and I have always had good lines of communication. Their offices like they say are always open . . . . I’m not needing to be involved in that process.”

So he doesn’t need to be involved, but he has an interest in who the next guy would be. Which meshes with statements from Murphy and Gutekunst from Monday that Rodgers is free to provide input, but that he’s not going to be involved in the process. Because Rodgers made it clear that he doesn’t want to essentially be his own offensive coordinator, Peyton Manning style, but that Rodgers instead wants to be coached.

“I enjoy being coached,” Rodgers said. “I think any player does. You love the conversations, the feedback, and I think any great player holds himself to really high standards so first you have to be very critical of your own performance, but it’s always nice having a voice in there that’s gonna hold you accountable. I think any player, especially an older player, you want that, you want that feedback, somebody holding you accountable, someone coaching you up.”

That’s all the more reason for Rodgers to be fully on board with whoever is coaching him up. Especially since the goal will be to get him and everyone else coached up quickly, so that the next coach can win a Super Bowl faster than McCarthy or Mike Holmgren did — in their fifth seasons on the job.

“Brian and Mark are committed to winning now,” Rodgers said, adding that a quick turnaround is “definitely doable in this day and age.”

It is, if they hire the right coach. And the right coach will be the coach who can get the most out of Aaron Rodgers, ASAFP.

Good luck doing that if Rodgers isn’t involved in the process.

97 responses to “Aaron Rodgers has an “interest on who the next guy would be”

  1. Why in the world would Mark and Gute not want AR’s input? Rodgers is one of the best offensive minds in the league. He absolutely should have role in evaluating the head coaching candidates.

  2. AR is older than Sean McVay. Rodgers does not need some old style screaming dictator who never listens to the players as a head coach. Instead, the Packers and AR need a bright, preferably younger coach who realizes that the game involves a collaborative effort between the players and the coaching staff.

  3. There once was a guy named Aaron,
    A new coach they were a-pairin’
    He said with a grin,
    (and this isn’t a whim”)
    “For coach I want Danica Patrick!”.

  4. Sounds like a job for Gary Kubiak! He struck a balance between coaching and not over-coaching Manning. Get a good DC and you’ll be all set.

    Am I the only one who is thrilled Gruden is unavailable?

  5. the way rodgers has been playing this year, he should be worried that a new coach may try to jettison him and his 130 million dollar elephant in the room.

  6. Reminds me a bit too much of Cleveland and Labron James. In fact the whole team does. Let’s see if they hire the coach to please Rogers or to win championships. A home run would be one who does both. Much as I think Rodgers is a diva, the fans owe him some gratitude for carrying this team on his back and keeping them competitive for many years so he deserves some consideration during the process.

  7. “And the right coach will be the coach who can get the most out of Aaron Rodgers, ASAFP.”

    I’m not sure that person exists.

    Rodgers is currently his own worst enemy.

  8. Aaron Rodgers has an “interest on who the next guy would be”….

    Translation: Aaron Rodgers wants next coach who will let him do what he wants or he’ll get that guy fired too.

  9. Aaron is a drama queen and I’ve never bought into his QB rating hype. The reason he has little to no interceptions is because he’s a stat padder that throws the ball away instead of taking risks. Yeah it’s smart football sometimes but more often than not it’s selfish.

  10. Why is this a story? Of course Aaron Rodgers is interested in who the next head coach will be. So if every other player on the Packers.
    This perception that Aaron Rodgers is difficult to coach is bewildering, to me. Was Brett Favre easy to coach? How about Peyton Manning? How about Tom Brady? Any QB who is driven to be the best has strong opinions and ideas of how the offense should be run. Why this is a surprise to anyone amazes me. The key is having a head coach who knows how to deal with ALL the different personalities on his team. Look at Tom Coughlin, for instance. When he got to the Giants, there was almost a mutiny about things he was doing. He was fining guys for being “late” for team meetings when they showed up a few minutes earlier than the time he had posted. But after a meeting with Michael Strahan and a couple other players, he changed his ways and the result was they bought into his program and won a Super Bowl. Mike McCarthy never changed anything he did. Even his post-game press conferences were like a re-run of all the ones he had done before. His offense was not imaginative, and his demeanor was such that you got the feeling that everyone else was responsible for losses but him. He earned his firing all by himself. He’s lucky that the Packers don’t have a single owner as all the other teams do or he’d have never lasted as long as he did in GB.

  11. If the Packers management and Rodgers think changing coaches is the key to a quick turnaround they are delusional . They lack talent on both sides of the ball and Rodgers is looking like a QB sliding down the other side of the hill . It’s easy to blame McCarthy and he deserves his fair share but the current management deserves their blame for constructing a team clearly lacking in talent .

  12. So if Rodgers “offers his input” and says, “I don’t like that person for the coach”,
    what will Murphy do?

    This is hilarious to think Rodgers is just minding his own business.
    But we are taking about fans who think the own the team.

    So whatever works I guess.

  13. If anyone had any doubts on who the real problem in NON title town USA is they better figure it out real soon. This guy is a cancer in the locker room and even in his own family. Good luck with the multi million dollar diva. Go Bears!

  14. I know it’s a QB league, but everyone needs to get behind a new coach, not just the QB. McDaniels’ name keeps getting thrown around, but would you follow a guy who did what he did to the Colts? How could you believe anything he says, offensive genius or not.

  15. Gute and Mark welcome Aaron’s or any of players input on the next coach as they said. Why is it so hard for some to get that Aaron isn’t involved in the process of hiring the next coach, but he, like any other player on the team, can talk to Mark Murphy or Gute at any time and provide their thoughts and input?

    If Mark and Gute said Aaron was going to be in the interviews, there would be article after article implying that Aaron runs the team and Packers mgmt are push-overs and bow to Aaron.

    You all try to make the Packers about one player because of your own obsession with him. The Packers always say it is never about one player, but about the team and franchise. They will hire the head coach that is the best for the Green Bay Packers as a whole.

    I would want it no other way.

    #GoPackGo!🧀

  16. So let me get this straight. Some people don’t think Brady, Luck, Rivers, Brees, or any number of other top-tier quarterbacks would be consulted on a head coaching change? That’s ludicrous. Why make this solely about Rodgers, as though it’s some kind of issue? It isn’t. I want Rodgers to be very comfortable with the next hire. Who wouldn’t? He doesn’t have the administrative skill-sets (yet) to make a decision of that nature, but his input would be invaluable. Why is this even being looked at negatively?

    …….I just answered my own question! It’s feeding time for the Viking trolls! Of course!

  17. It’s all about me me me or I’ll demand a trade, that’s Rodgers way. When will the clueless Packers realize Erin is the problem, the reason why Packers tank? Keep on being in denial.

  18. I want to see Belichek there. Let NE go with clown boy McDaniels since whiny Brady doesn’t want to be coached anymore. Belichek with Rodgers probably wins the next 5 super bowls.

  19. Why are Aaron Rodgers’ words being twisted? He clearly said he doesn’t need to be involved in the hiring process. But as he said, every single player has “an interest” in the next coach. Their jobs are on the line.

    A smart management WOULD solicit the opinions of all stakeholders before making important decisions. That’s how it’s done in the real world. Even if they don’t necessarily agree, having “buy-in” moves the team forward.

  20. It’s ridiculous to suggest Rodgers need to have an input on the next coach.

    The point of bringing in a new coach is that he also brings with him NEW IDEAS. Obviously doing something Aaron Rodgers was already comfortable with wasn’t cutting it, otherwise just keep McCarthy.

  21. .
    The Packers descent has been due to a number of reasons. First, recent drafts have not been overly productive. Secondly, they never used free agency to build quality depth. I can understand a team’s reluctance to blow their cap on overpriced goods but every year there are veterans in the clearance bin at reduced prices. This type of depth is invaluable once the injuries hit. The Patriots excel at shopping the reduced rack. Thirdly, the offense seemed to have a “let Aaron do it” mentality. The contributions from others are not up to par.
    .

  22. I’m sure McCarthy was committed to winning now, too. Welcome to the Miami Dolphins. Don Shula did a great job of winning and being competitive, like McCarthy. The problem is the team and talent is getting old.

  23. When a guy you used to like because of his humble personality turns into Terrell Owens…. Granted he had no real receivers this year, but even if he did, his accuracy was poor.

  24. you have to be very critical of your own performance, but it’s always nice having a voice in there that’s gonna hold you accountable. I think any player, especially an older player, you want that, you want that feedback, somebody holding you accountable, someone coaching you up.”
    ————
    OK, now just stop it. You’re not even close to sounding honest against how you act.

  25. “Brian and Mark are committed to winning now,” Rodgers said, adding that a quick turnaround is “definitely doable in this day and age.”
    ————
    They are in a rebuild. To focus on immediate short term solutions to get them to the Super Bowl will turn them into the Washington Redskins ala Dan Synder.

  26. I think any player, especially an older player, you want that, you want that feedback, somebody holding you accountable, someone coaching you up.”
    —–
    Rodgers said that. Trolls heard: Rodgers wants to pick the coach and run the team. Bunch of dummies out west man…

  27. “But we are taking about fans who think the own the team”.
    __________

    What does this mean? Where are these about fans being taken to? Who are these “the’s” that think they own the team?

  28. Wow. Cheesey. Take a breath. Yeah, sure, the sky is falling on the Vikings, but isn’t that the direction your purposeful misinformation and narrow opinions should be directed? They’re in trouble. They need your help and expert guidance, now more than ever.

  29. McCarthy was committed to winning but the league decided that the organization wasn’t worth it anymore, so they discontinued helping out. Thumb rubs and huddle-gates by opposing teams weren’t going to be enough for the league to hand over wins any longer. The extra burden on the team was too much to overcome.

  30. The reason he has little to no interceptions is because he’s a stat padder that throws the ball away instead of taking risks. Yeah it’s smart football sometimes but more often than not it’s selfish.

    This argument makes absolutely no sense – I don’t think you are padding your stats when you throw the ball away – IT HURTS YOUR STATS!!!! Also, throwing the ball away IS smart football and to say it’s mostly because of selfish reasons is ignorant. To me, a QB that takes too many risks and throws picks is being way more selfish than the QB that gets rid of the ball.I feel your argument was just fueled by your hatred of Rodgers instead of sound reasoning.

  31. harryhodag says:
    December 4, 2018 at 7:01 am
    There once was a guy named Aaron,
    A new coach they were a-pairin’
    He said with a grin,
    (and this isn’t a whim”)
    “For coach I want Danica Patrick!”.

    ________________________________________________________________________________________

    There once was a guy named Harryhodag,
    who hates Aaron Rodgers very bad.
    He tried to make a rhyme,
    but wasted his time,
    Because instead it was stupid and sad.

  32. “I think any player, especially an older player, you want that, you want that feedback, somebody holding you accountable, someone coaching you up.”

    He forgot to add:

    “Unless it’s McCarthy and I disagree with the play calling. In that case, fire the jerk.”

  33. Rodgers never quits. He’s a stud and the envy of Viking fans. That’s why the trolls are here. They are continually threatened by the Packers like a Rube Goldberg apparatus (look it up.) With the Vikings flying too close to the sun (again,) give me another reason the trolls are here.

    I answered my own question again: To purposefully annoy, and to pick unnecessary fights.

  34. PugTheDog says:
    December 4, 2018 at 8:37 am
    A quick turnaround is possible when you’re not devoting half the payroll to the QB position already.

    —————————————————————-

    Maybe the new GM might be different but there was no way Ted was going to spend big on FAs even if Rodgers took a team friendly deal. For some players, it’s business first. Try to maximize your earnings while you can and I don’t fault any of them.

  35. The Packers have had talent, can beat most teams, but have always been weak compared to other teams in past playoffs (regardless of their record). They have always played it conservative to which Doug Pederson said, “You learn if you play passive, if you play conservative, if you call plays conservatively, you are going to be 8-8, 9-7 every year …” So maybe the talent of Aaron Rodgers got them a few extra wins to reach 11-5, but conservative play calling, protecting the lead and a “bend but don’t break” defensive scheme doesn’t work when you’re playing equal-or-more talented teams. Get aggressive, get some swagger and be feared. Seahawks used to be that. Rams are the embodiment of that right now.

  36. Why would you want the input from a guy who is on the wrong side of 30? AR will not be a Tom Brady and play into his 40’s he won’t stay healthy, his body is way more broken down than TB.

  37. I find Florio’s Sean Payton pick as the next coach interesting. The Rams almost got him a few years ago for a 2nd round pick.

    Sean Payton wanted the job and was a candidate when Mike McCarthy was hired. I think Payton would be a decent fit. Not saying he is going to be the choice, but it’s a interesting candidate. If the Packers are indeed interested they could float one of their 2019 first round picks in front of the Saints.

    It has been reported that Jim Harbaugh will also be contacted for a interview. Another interesting candidate. I would think with Urban Meyer retiring that Jim would want to beat OSU at least once before he jumps back to the NFL. It is a possibility because it is known Gute thinks highly of Harbaugh.

    Josh McDaniels seems to be the hot name in the media at least. I have my doubts about him. Most of my doubts come from his time as head coach in Denver. I would love him as a OC, but I have questions on whether he would excel at running a whole team. I think it may be over his head to be the head coach of the Green Bay Packers.

    John DeFilippo? I will just say no. Not happening.

  38. I answered my own question again: To purposefully annoy, and to pick unnecessary fights.
    ==============================================================================================

    Day 5,766 on the island. Stellar is still redundant. The rest of the survivors are plotting his demise.

  39. stellarperformance says:

    His words always match his actions.
    ###

    Check the standings and see how his actions match his words.

    “Rodgers never quits.”

    Remember last year after the Panthers game (for which he was fully medically cleared for)?

    No new injury, but he had the Packers put him on IR, so he wouldn’t have to play anymore.

  40. So what’s the Vikings excuse for their sinking ship… Defilipo?

    You say the Vikings are a more talented team but only have 2 more wins then GB. What’s up with that?

    You losers are a pathetic and you Still Keep On Losing.

  41. MM has been riding on Rodgers’ success far too long. He should have been gone after that meltdown NFC championship game in Seattle. Oh…remember how great the team was when all those backup QBs took over a Rodgers less team under MM? Or how about all these “fans” bailed ship the second Rodgers got hurt on this year’s first game? Ex-Packers’ players coming out and stating how stale and predictable MM’s play calling has become. MM should have been gone 3-4 years ago!

  42. Several posters have said why is this even an issue.

    It’s an issue because:

    1. Aaron Rodgers has said he wasn’t happy about various personnel decisions in the past.
    2. Aaron Rodgers has mused about salary cap rules and changes that he thinks about.
    3. Murphy publically stated that Rodgers will not be part of the process.

    Most GM’s do NOT even have to state that a player is NOT part of the process.
    It’s a given that a player is not part of the process.

    Yet, Murphy publically made the statement. Why?
    Because Aaron Rodgers has crossed a line in past public comments about the roster and personnel.

    I just answered my own question !!!

    Anybody who doesn’t understand this is just a fight picker.

  43. Just before Crosby went on the field for the tying FG Rodgers went up to him and said”Listen Mason,just miss this one again and we are free.”

  44. Bas Rutten says:
    December 4, 2018 at 10:28 am
    So what’s the Vikings excuse for their sinking ship… Defilipo?
    You say the Vikings are a more talented team but only have 2 more wins then GB. What’s up with that?
    You losers are a pathetic and you Still Keep On Losing.
    —————–
    Sinking ship ?
    The Vikings are the 6th seed in NFC.
    The 2 most recent losses have come at Chicago and at New England.

    If the sinking ship can beat Seattle, which I think they can, the sinking ship is on track to win the NFC north.

    Stop picking fights about a fake sinking ship and worry about the titanic that sunk in Green Bay.

  45. Of course he has an interest. The QB-head coach relationship is vital. It’s funny how so many people, like me, who have no inside information are suddenly all in the know.

  46. screamingyellowzonkers says:
    December 4, 2018 at 10:46 am
    Bas Rutten says:
    December 4, 2018 at 10:28 am
    So what’s the Vikings excuse for their sinking ship… Defilipo?
    You say the Vikings are a more talented team but only have 2 more wins then GB. What’s up with that?
    You losers are a pathetic and you Still Keep On Losing.
    —————–
    Sinking ship ?
    The Vikings are the 6th seed in NFC.
    The 2 most recent losses have come at Chicago and at New England.

    If the sinking ship can beat Seattle, which I think they can, the sinking ship is on track to win the NFC north.

    Stop picking fights about a fake sinking ship and worry about the titanic that sunk in Green Bay.

    ———-

    Seattle has a winning record therefore Cousins will lose. You can count on it.

  47. “Murphy publically made the statement. Why?”

    ========

    Because he was asked questions by reporters in the press conference on what Aaron’s involvement would be in the hiring process.

    Now go make another screen name👋

  48. Sean Payton wanted the job and was a candidate when Mike McCarthy was hired. I think Payton would be a decent fit. Not saying he is going to be the choice, but it’s a interesting candidate. If the Packers are indeed interested they could float one of their 2019 first round picks in front of the Saints.
    =====

    I’d rather they spend those picks on players.

    .. and Florio was right when he said the Packers job was appealing, IN 2006! Close out Favre, groom Rodgers. Coaches dream. Right now, its Rodgers and a rebuild. Less appealing for Payton this time around. He might as well ride it out with Brees and a VASTLY better offense in NO.

  49. Josh McDaniels seems to be the hot name in the media at least. I have my doubts about him. Most of my doubts come from his time as head coach in Denver. I would love him as a OC, but I have questions on whether he would excel at running a whole team. I think it may be over his head to be the head coach of the Green Bay Packers.
    =====

    He NUKED the Broncos. That was a solid team. He started over on offense for no good reason, torpedoed them completely.

    The Colts fiasco was the cherry on the sundae.

    Let him take over for Bill. He’s clearly not Packer People.

  50. It has been reported that Jim Harbaugh will also be contacted for a interview. Another interesting candidate. I would think with Urban Meyer retiring that Jim would want to beat OSU at least once before he jumps back to the NFL. It is a possibility because it is known Gute thinks highly of Harbaugh.
    =====

    I’d love JOHN Harbaugh.

    I don’t think Jim would take the job without some level of personnel control. Murphy may give that to the right guy. Not sure that would be Jim.

  51. I think a QB like Rodgers a veteran should have some input – after all he is the face of the franchise. However I do not think replacing a head Coach will cure all the ills with this team. When a new head coach takes over his first year he is left with some players left over from the former head coach that may or not not fit his scheme. So through the draft and FA you need to build a foundation that first year. We all know Green Bay doesn’t do much in free agency. Then there’s the task of installing a new offense, terminology how the new head coach wants things done. The new head coach may decide to clean house meaning new RB coaches, WR coaches new Defensive coordinator all new staff.

    I think this is the worst thing to happen to Rodgers because its going to be rebuilding for the next 1-2 years of they are lucky. A who;e new system has to be learned and that takes time. Time is not on Rodgers side. Its too bad ownership didn’t have the foresight 3-4 years ago to make a change. Its gonna b a tough road for Green Bay the next few years and by the time it take hold and there not guarantees that it will, it will be too late for Rodgers.

  52. freefromwhatyouare says:
    December 4, 2018 at 11:21 am
    “Murphy publically made the statement. Why?”
    ========
    Because he was asked questions by reporters in the press conference on what Aaron’s involvement would be in the hiring process.
    Now go make another screen name
    ——–
    Why are reporters asking it?
    Because, like the rest of us, the reporters know the Aaron Rodgers GM wannabe dynamic.
    I only have one screen. Stop being a fight picker.

    But how does “The Titanic Sunk in Green Bay” sound for a name?

  53. Rumor has it the next Packer Coach will be Peter King. The self proclaimed maven of football knows everything. All he would need to do is replace that large NBC Sports logo
    on his polo shirt with a G.

  54. “Mike McCarthy never changed anything he did.” He changed up the offense. He added many twists even this year. He changed the practice schedules, working to avoid injury. He changed the number of snaps starters play in preseason. He changed defensive coordinators twice, changed ST coach, changed OC twice. He gave away play calling to focus on the bigger picture and then took it back when needed. He used trick plays at times. He started using metrics ahead of much of the NFL.

    The guy deserved to be fired based on the product he put on the field this year, but please don’t buy into the old tired untrue storyline that McCarthy never changed. He tried many different innovations.

  55. “Yet, Murphy publically made the statement. Why?”

    “Because Aaron Rodgers has crossed a line in past public comments about the roster and personnel.”

    No, Murphy made the statement because a reporter (actually more than one) asked him if Rodgers would be involved in the process. And the only public comments Rodgers ever made is that it’s tough to lose friends like Jordy when the team goes a different direction. That’s just being honest about his relationships on the team, not a comment on the overall roster.

  56. dpdonny says:
    December 4, 2018 at 6:55 am

    Scouting report for Mr. Overrated:

    Does not play well from behind. Loses heart quickly. Not a leader
    ***************************************************************************************
    … arrogant, doesn’t play well with others when in a lousy mood, doesn’t hesitate to throw others under the bus when it suits his purposes, has an inflated self-image and on and on.

    Mind your own business and play the game!

  57. rogerdodger99 says:
    December 4, 2018 at 7:37 am
    Aaron is a drama queen and I’ve never bought into his QB rating hype. The reason he has little to no interceptions is because he’s a stat padder that throws the ball away instead of taking risks. Yeah it’s smart football sometimes but more often than not it’s selfish.
    ————————————————
    So what do you expect him to do? Force a throw that isn’t there and throw an INT? Take the sack? Try to scramble and get injured?

    BTW he also has 21 TDs, the highest TD-INT ratio in NFL history.

  58. Packers shortcomings this year:

    Vikings @Lambeau – Winning INT negated by bogus roughing the passer call, missed FG by Crosby with 0:00 left
    Lions – 4 missed FGs and XP
    Rams – Fumble on a kickoff return to not even give Rodgers a chance at a game winning drive.
    Pats – Fumble by the RB to kill the momentum the Packers O was gaining.
    Seahawks – MM punted while trailing with 4 minutes left.
    Viking @Metrodome – KR fumbled a punt in his own red zone allowing the game sealing FG by the Vikes
    Cards – Missed FG with 0:00 left

    But Rodgers is the choker and the Packers problems are somehow his fault. LOLOLOL!!!!!

  59. In a sense,… Rodgers fired McCarthy. And you folks know I’m a hometown Packer fan.
    All you have to do is look at some recent game tape. If Rodgers didn’t like the play call,… and the WR or target wasn’t where he was supposed to be,… he threw the ball away or into the turf.
    His throw aways are quadruple from previous years. Aaron wasn’t buying anything McCarthy was selling. Maybe the best thing is to move Rodgers in a trade. Get something NOW vs nothing in a few years.

  60. cosmicconvoy says:
    December 4, 2018 at 12:29 pm
    Maybe Philbin will do well this time. Look at the fruitcakes he had in Miami (Martin, Incognito). I never thought Philbin was the problem there.
    >>>>>>><<<<<<<<<
    Spot On !
    The Martin – Incognito scandal was his downfall. And to be honest that issue was hidden from him by his assistants. A head coach doesn't necessarily monitor the locker room. Joe is a good coach. He wasn't dealing with a full deck in Miami. And the GM's he had weren't helpful either. Both got fired. I wouldn't mind seeing Joe get a 2nd shot as a H.C.

  61. This is a head scratcher. Viking trolls have been bashing McCarthy ever since he wasn’t interested in speaking with the Vikings and then extended and sustained the Packer dynasty. They’ve been sore ever since.

    Now, they think he’s the best coach out there and the Packers are making a mistake letting him walk.

    Well…….which is it?

  62. screamingyellowzonkers says:
    December 4, 2018 at 11:46 am
    But how does “The Titanic Sunk in Green Bay” sound for a name?
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    It sounds juvenile.

    Next question.

  63. “But how does “The Titanic Sunk in Green Bay” sound for a name?”

    I think that would suck for screen name.

    But it sounds like a very good replacement for that derogatory name now used by Green Bay for their team name (it’s offensive to meat packers).

    The Green Bay Titanics!

    Put a ship on one side of the helmet and an iceberg on the other…

  64. “but it’s always nice having a voice in there that’s gonna hold you accountable. I think any player, especially an older player, you want that, you want that feedback, somebody holding you accountable, someone coaching you up.”

    I think Rodgers just revealed that McCarthy’s 10 year strategy of constant praise of Rodgers no matter what was something even HE got sick of…

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