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Rodgers “graceful” despite lack of written WR

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We’ll start with NBC Sports ‘Peter King, who credits Aaron Rodgers for being “gracious” in his first public comments on the Packers’ decision to recruit quarterback Jordan Love in the first round. But King suspects Rodgers of not being entirely honest about the Packers’ failure to write a wide receiver.

King writes:

I think it’s great for Aaron Rodgers, his teammate, to bury his feeling that the Packers draft a quarterback in the first round and are magnanimous about it in his first public comments three weeks after the fact. Maybe it took him so long to calm down (doubt it, but who knows), but time was the Packers’ friend. He was graceful, probably 83% honest (“not really thrilled with the choice” was probably his understatement for “pretty much blowing a joint that Brian Gutekunst chose a quarter instead of a large one”), but that can’t not help Rodgers or his team be at war with the front office. I think it will be a good guy for Jordan Love to learn, especially in terms of decision making; Love threw terrible interceptions in the state of Utah.

You can find King’s entire column here:

Pete Dougherty writes about the precarious nature of Rodgers’ relationship with Matt LaFleur in the future:

The Good Morning Football team weighs on Rodgers’ future:

Rodgers talks about when he watched Michael Jordan and the Bulls from the top row of the Sacramento arena:

ESPN’s Rob Demovsky writes about Rodgers’ assessment of the Packer’s receiving body:

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports divides the 32 NFL teams into five “levels” of competitiveness, placing the Packers among nine teams in the second level (“Best of the Rest”) with this assessment:

Green Bay Packers – Choosing battles with Aaron Rodgers is not smart. Even less to give her to work is even less relevant.

There are eight teams in the highest level of La Canfora (“True Lombardi Contenders”). You can consult its complete groupings here:

No, the Packers do not put anyone on this list:

Packers defensive lineman Kenny Clark is doing a good job:

And finally: Always fun to revisit the tales of Brett Favre:

Contact Stu Courtney at (920) 431-8377 or [email protected] Follow him on Twitter at @stucourt



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