Aaron Rodgers has been in the headlines lately because of his unhappiness with the Green Bay Packers organization. He said he's not going to play for the team, and the Packers have said they aren't going to trade him. That's according to ESPN, where they even went into depth about his unhappiness.

Rodgers is unhappy because the Packers in last year's draft traded up to get QB Jordan Love. He took that as a sign that his days were numbered with the organization. There have been multiple attempts from management in the off season to try to work out a deal with Aaron, but it appears he's not budging.

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All of this drama has come to the surface in recent weeks, and Pro Football Hall of Famer and Fox TV broadcaster Terry Bradshaw has had his own opinions on Rodgers, criticizing both his play and his personal decisions.

Bradshaw made comments on the Colin Cowherd show about how Aaron Rodgers is a phenomenal player, but has bad footwork and has been coddled too much.

But Bradshaw didn't stop there. He doubled down on his criticism of Rodgers by saying on WFAN Moose & Maggie show that he's "weak" according to Sports Illustrated. 

“With him being that upset shows me how weak he is,” Bradshaw said. “Who the hell cares who you draft? I mean, he’s a three-time MVP in the league and he’s worried about this guy they drafted last year at No. 1?”

He continued to talk about how he had quarterback drafted under him while he played for the Steelers and he had competition coming from all angles, but embraced it and it pushed him to be a better player.

Bradshaw also said that the Packers should call Rodger's bluff and let him retire if wants to. There's some strong words from Bradshaw that add some fuel to the fire in this Packer's / Rodgers standoff.

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