Aaron Rodgers was caught on a mad day on social media on Wednesday.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback has been announced as one of the participants in the upcoming edition of Capital One’s The Match. Rodgers team up with Bryson DeChambeau to take on Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson in the golf event.
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Brady started the trash talking almost immediately. He posted memes featuring DeChambeau and his rival Brooks Koepka. Mickelson had fun and Koepka apologized to Rodgers for having to team up with DeChambeau as the two escalated their own rivalry.
Rodgers didn’t react until 6 p.m. ET. He sent a GIF and a doctored video to prepare for The Match.
For Rodgers, the day on social media really got off to a start when his photos with his fiancee, Shailene Woodley, were shared on Twitter. He was also spotted singing Taylor Swift songs and seemed to be really enjoying himself in Hawaii.
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During this time, the Packers began organized team activities.
Rodgers and the Packers are fixing their problems. The NFL MVP reported in an interview earlier in the week that Green Bay has a cultivation issue.
“Look, with my situation… it was never about the draft, picking Jordan [Love]. I love Jordan. He’s a great kid. I really enjoy working together. I love the coaching staff, I love my teammates, “he said of quarterback Love.” I love the Green Bay fans. Amazing 16 years old. It’s just a kind of philosophy. And maybe forgetting that it’s the people who make it happen. It’s a question of character. It is a culture. It’s about doing things the right way. Much of this project was implemented last year. The key was just thrown in when I won MVP and played the way I played last year. It’s kind of just the spillover of it all. “
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“But look, it’s about the people and that’s the most important thing. Green Bay has always been about the people of Curly Lambeau being owner and founder of the 60s with Lombardi with Bart Starr and all those amazing names at the 90s teams with coach [Mike] Holmgren and Favrey and the Minister of Defense [Reggie White] to the race we did. It’s about people. ”