Aaron Rodgers believes that silence is (Packer inexperienced and) golden.
The Packers quarterback and Inexperienced Bay are nonetheless locked in a stand-off because the NFL calendar inches nearer and nearer to coaching camp, with Rodgers nonetheless a no-show for all group actions. He has made a couple of public appearances, although, with the Kentucky Derby and Tuesday’s “The Match 4” amongst them.
Talking with ESPN forward of the golf match, Rodgers supplied some phrases on his lack of phrases this offseason:
“Sometimes the loudest person in the room is not the smartest person,” Rodgers stated. “Sometimes the loudest person in the room is not the person who has all the facts on their side or the truth on their side. Sometimes there’s a lot of wisdom in silence. Sometimes there’s a lot of wisdom in being selective on what you say.”
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Rodgers’ phrases, nonetheless existential and true, could also be a thinly veiled shot at Packers president Mark Murphy. Murphy has made a number of headlines this offseason for his dealing with of the Rodgers scenario, together with calling him a “complicated fella” at a Lambeau Subject occasion in mid-June.
Rodgers says that he is been spending his offseason specializing in his psychological well being, clarifying that he hasn’t had bouts with despair, reasonably engaged on issues that preserve his physique and thoughts sound.
It’s but unclear what ignited Rodgers’ rift with the group, however experiences counsel that Rodgers needs GM Brian Gutekunst fired.
And if Rodgers continues to be a person of his phrase, then do not anticipate to listen to how that schism began, both.