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Aaron Rodgers is Taking the High Road on Greg Jennings

You knew this was going to come up since the Green Bay Packers play the Minnesota Vikings this week and former teammate Greg Jennings for the first time. Aaron Rodgers was going to get asked about Jennings’ offseason comments again.

Jennings had a lot of idiotic things to say, highlighted by the time he criticized Rodgers as a leader.

Rodgers refused to get into it with Jennings then and that hasn’t changed.

“Well, I’m not going to approach it with any bitterness or any malice towards him,” Rodgers said. “I choose to remember the great times that we had together, the great wins, the incredible moments. That’s what I like to focus on. Regardless of what he wants to remember, that’s the things, the positive things that I focus on. But I think we’re definitely past all that stuff, and he’s with them, and I’m focused on the guys we got and getting those guys ready to play.”

Jennings did go on to offer a half-hearted apology through the media, but you have to wonder if there’s going to be some sort of awkward meeting on the field between the two guys.

Like when Rodgers and Brett Favre met for the first time after Favre went to the Vikings.

Jennings speaks to the Wisconsin media today, so we’ll let you know what sort of wonderful things he has to say this time around.

Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.



  1. PF4L October 23, 2013

    I don’t think any Packer players should say anything about G Jennings. To me talk is cheap. Just beat the Vikings convincingly. That will say everything that needed to be said.

  2. Abe Frohman October 23, 2013

    I love it when ARodg has a chip on his shoulder. I’m expecting a monster game from him. Cross your fingers that JJ is ready to go this week to help take the pressure off Jordy.

    I would put Franklin (AKA Mr. Fumblerooski) in the slot. He could be like a Darren Sproles type guy there, plus we get another playmaker on the field.

  3. Packattackinmpls October 23, 2013

    Well Jennings should be happy Ponder will be starting on Sunday Freeman out cuncussion

  4. Packattackinmpls October 23, 2013

    Well Jennings should be happy Ponder is starting on Sunday Freeman out Concussion.

    1. Andy October 23, 2013

      I’m not sure which vikings qb i’d rather have start, Ponder or Freeman. I’m sure each will be equally inefective.

  5. tedtomato October 23, 2013

    Looks like ponder may be starting..cant wait to see the slumped shoulders when all those wounded ducks are thrown his way. I hope hyde lights his ass up!

  6. tedtomato October 23, 2013

    I think its funny the the hubert homo humpdey dome will be full of packer fans..and those shitfucks will still pump in the crowd noise to make it sound like theres more of those shitheads there. I hope we hang 70 on em! Maybe greg could audition for that homeless cheerleader guys job!

  7. [email protected] October 23, 2013

    HEY GJ,
    Hope your sister is happy with your QB situation now! LMFAO!!! Karma sure is a bitch!

  8. Phatgzus October 23, 2013

    Of course the Vikings’ QB, no matter who it is, is going to suck, that’s essentially a foregone conclusion, no reason to worry about that. The Packers do need to worry about AD though, even if he isn’t having the same season as last year, and the run D is much improved, they’re sans Wood and Matthews, and they still need to go out and stop one of the best half-backs of all time.

  9. the real russ letlow October 23, 2013

    I wouldn’t expect anything less from Rodgers than to take the high road. Class.