And he might well be correct.
Former Green Bay Packers receiver Greg Jennings has been making the media rounds since retiring on Monday. One thing that always comes up in some form is the feud with the Packers and Aaron Rodgers during the summer of 2013.
Actually, feud is probably the wrong word. That was mostly just Jennings disparaging the Packers and Rodgers repeatedly.
Jennings called Rodgers’ leadership into question and he suspects Aaron still hates him for doing so.
“I haven’t spoken with Aaron since we met on the field when I was in the Vikings uniform. But there is no ill feeling from my seat towards him. I love him like a brother …
“Now, I know how Aaron is,” Jennings continued with a smile. “And once you’ve kind of jumped on that other side, I don’t know if there’s a forgive and forget for him. From what I know of him, that little chip is going to stay right there.”
We could totally see that being the case.
Rodgers seems to hold grudges like few other human beings.
What does Jennings say about it now? He addressed it with Colin Cowherd, saying he wished Rodgers would have stepped in to try to get management to keep him in Green Bay. Then he was hurt when that didn’t happen.