Packers News: Aaron Rodgers Sends Subtle Message to Mark Murphy With Latest Fashion Choice
Everyone knows by now that the relationship between quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers organization is rocky to say the least. The news just keeps on coming as the veteran QB took a subtle shot at Packers CEO Mark Murphy by donning a seemingly deliberate fashion choice.
Aaron Rodgers Wears "I'm Offended Shirt"
Rodgers recently made his first public appearance since Murphy created headlines by calling him a "complicated fella". He was wearing a shirt that very obviously said "I'm offended" in capital letters across the front, which certainly makes it seems like some sort of shade was being thrown.
The outfit went viral across social media and fans are in a frenzy about what it means for Rodgers' future. The 37-year-old signal-caller is currently sitting out the Packers' mandatory minicamp, but hope remains that all issues can be solved before the season kicks off in September.
The reigning NFL MVP is known for being a very calculated person and it wouldn't be surprising to learn that he made this move on purpose. There is no doubt that this storyline and everything to do with Aaron Rodgers will continue to dominate the NFL world throughout the summer.
For now, Packers fans have a chance to watch 2020 first-round pick Jordan Love take the first team reps at practice. Green Bay heads into the fall with the eighth-best odds to win the Super Bowl at +1700, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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