The Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay Packers saga has been the talk of the town throughout the NFL offseason. The star quarterback is unhappy with his front office and their ability to field a Super Bowl talent-level roster. With both sides seemingly reaching a breaking point, former NFL legend Terry Bradshaw decided it was time to take shots at Rodgers.
Bradshaw's ripping of Rodgers definitely comes out of nowhere and he didn't hold back in his comments. The former Pittsburgh Steeler went as far as calling Rodgers weak: "Him being upset shows me how weak he is."
Terry Bradshaw Rips Aaron Rodgers
Although Bradshaw owns a spot in the NFL Hall of Fame, it's hard to imagine his nerve on calling out one of the best quarterbacks in recent memory. Bradshaw spent 14 seasons with the Steelers and won four Super Bowl titles. Still, his stats don't even belong in the same conversation as Rodgers.
Bradshaw threw 212 touchdowns throughout his 14-year career. On the other hand, Rodgers owns more than 400 career touchdowns and reached the 200 mark after seven full seasons. Bradshaw also recorded more than 200 interceptions while Rodgers has only thrown 89 picks in 13 full seasons.
It doesn't quite make sense why Bradshaw decided it was time to go after Rodgers. He doubled down on all of his comments even demanding Rogers should hang it up, "You’re 38. Go ahead and retire. See you later."
The Green Bay-Rodgers situation is certainly delicate. We'll pay close attention to see if Rodgers finds a way out of his unhappy situation.
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