The former player and teammate of the quarterback in Super Bowl XLV said the offensive star lost his interest in playing.
Criticism continues to rise towards the quarterback Aaron Rodgers for his very low performance in the premiere with the defeat of Green bay packers in view of New Orleans Saints by 3-38, within the framework of Week 1 of the 2021 season in the National Football League (NFL).
Now it was the turn of a former Wisconsin franchise player, who also won together with the 37-year-old veteran player the Super Bowl XLV, in 2011, tight end Jermichael finley, which in dialogue with the program Keyshawn, JWill & Max, of the chain ESPN, expressed his disgust at his attitude on the court.
“This is the NFL and in each preseason you have to prepare as if it were your last year, and in this case, I don’t see a work ethic in Aaron Rodgers like he had in years past“, said the former player, referring to the null work he did prior to the contest.
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In that sense, Finley assured that by not focusing 100 percent on his work as an athlete, preferring travel the world with his girlfriend or being the host of the show Jeopardy!, the priority of quarterback it is not on the grills.
“You can actually see it through his helmet; the eyes and face say it all as a personality. And I don’t see in Rodgers the hunger to play in the NFL, nor the hunger to go win another championship.“added his former teammate on the Packers between 2008 and 2013.
It should be remembered that in Green Bay’s loss to the Saints, the quarterback barely recorded 15 passes for touchdowns on 28 attempts, for 133 yards through the air, with two interceptions and no touchdowns.
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