Hall-of-Famer Terry Bradshaw didn’t hold back in going after Aaron Rodgers, saying the Packers should let him go ahead and retire.
The drama in Green Bay between the Packers and Aaron Rodgers isn’t going anywhere, with things getting worse by the day. It’s caused fans all over Wisconsin to panic, as there’s fear that Rodgers might actually end up hanging up his cleats.
If you ask NFL legend Terry Bradshaw, though, he says the Packers shouldn’t give in to Rodgers whatsoever. Matter of fact, the Hall-of-Fame signal-caller has come out and said the organization should just go ahead and let him retire and host Jeopardy!.
Terry Bradshaw made it clear he thinks the Packers should just let Aaron Rogers retire
While on with ‘Moose and Maggie’ on WFAN in New York City, Bradshaw indeed blasted the reigning MVP for how he’s acted this offseason.
“If they fire the general manager he’ll come back? Are you kidding me? Really Aaron, that’s where this is? Here’s what I’d do – I wouldn’t budge,” Bradshaw said on WFAN. “Let him gripe, let him cry – retire, you’re 38, go ahead and retire, see you later.”
As you can tell, Bradshaw isn’t a fan of Rodgers right now. Over the weekend, NFL insider Charles Robinson reported that Rodgers is so upset with the front office, he wants the team to fire general manager Brian Gutekunst. Is Rodgers really that upset the team drafted Jordan Love with their first-round pick last year?
Right now, Rodgers’ status with the team for 2021 really seems clear as mud. When he’s on the field, there’s no question he’s one of the best players in the game. However, we very well could see him sit out next fall if he and Green Bay don’t get on the same page.