The Green Bay Packers and their quarterback Aaron Rodgers reportedly remain at odds with the future Hall of Famer saying he doesn’t want to return to the team, while GM Brian Gutekunst maintaining he will not trade Rodgers.
Here are the latest developments:
— If the Packers do relent and decide to trade Rodgers, the NFL Network’s James Palmer said Monday the Denver Broncos are prepared to make a move.
Rodgers’ favorite target was then a guest Monday afternoon on The Herd with Colin Cowherd. He said he had spoken with Rodgers and he’s 100-percent behind his quarterback.
Davante Adams on @TheHerd said he's 100% behind Aaron Rodgers and while "a few things need to get ironed out first" between Rodgers and the #Packers, Adams added: "Hopefully I’ll be back on the show and we’ll be celebrating."
Davante Adams on @TheHerd admits if Rodgers wasn’t in Green Bay it would “potentially” affect his free agency decision and he would “definitely have to do some extra thinking if my guy wasn’t here”. Not terribly surprising to hear
— NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported Monday afternoon the Packers and Rodgers are still at odds but the team has offered him a lucrative long-term extension and there has been dialog between the two sides.