Aaron Rodgers revealed that the 2020 NFL season with the Green Bay Packers felt different from previous ones.
The offseason drama in the NFL that involved Aaron Rodgers and his annoyance with Green bay packers It has already been left behind. For that reason, the quarterback can come out to speak and express what he felt during this last intense year that he lived.
In this way, Rodgers had an interview with the journalist of NBC Sports, Peter King, to whom he revealed many interesting things, one of them being how did you feel heading into the 2020 season, when he won his third MVP.
The quarterback tells that he went to training camp 2020 with the mindset that this would be his last campaign in Green Bay. Which shows that his discontent with the franchise goes much further than this summer alone. “Last year around this time, I looked at the season as the last in Green Bay.”said the quarterback who went to the Pro-Bowl nine times.
Aaron Rodgers and his reflection on the past year
“Last year I needed to look at it that way to get perspective. To enjoy the little things that I have been a part of for over 15 years. It helped me have a great season, mentally, in terms of quality of life, and happiness. And it was fun,” Rodgers said.
“I think that thanks to that experience I had an idea of how to approach things this year. For me, it begins with gratitude. I have no grudge about anything. I may not agree with some decisions that are made or with how they are carried out. I accomplished some things. I am very grateful for this city and the organization, the opportunities that they have given me. I chose to focus on that, on the things that I do have. Many relationships in this place, an incredible crowd that comes to watch us every day in training. It has been more than 16 very special years,“ closed A-Rod, who did not save anything.