The more I think about this, the more it pisses me off. Yeah, sure Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is sad that his supposed boy, receiver Jordy Nelson, got released on Tuesday.
You know, he could have done something about that, though.
Rodgers had to wait around for his contract extension. He had to wait around until Kirk Cousins gets paid by the shitbag Minnesota Stinkings. He has to do so, so he could satiate his ego and then become the highest-paid player in the game again.
Danica will probably be real impressed. And happy, since she doesn’t have a career anymore.
I mean, sorry. But let’s say the Packers had completed Rodgers’ extension before free agency — something they said they wanted to do. Then perhaps the Packers would have had more salary cap space (likely). Perhaps, as we said earlier, they would been able to extend Randall Cobb (to create more space), in order to sign Jimmy Graham and Muhammad Wilkerson. Perhaps they wouldn’t have had to cut Jordy Nelson at all.
All just hypotheticals, of course. All hypotheticals Rodgers would not let the club explore.
But now AR is REAL sad. Sorry to see my friend go, but at least I will be the highest-paid player in the league again!
Could have done something about that, jackwagon.
But if it’s any consolation, the Packers cutting you allowed me to achieve one of my most vacuous goals!
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Hard to find the right words today to express what 87 means to me. No teammate exemplified what it means to be a packer quite like him. From living in GB full time, his incredible contributions to the city, state, and region, to his consistent, reliable play on the field. Definitely a sad day and the toughest part of this business. There will never be another quite like white lightning. #leader #brother #friend #baller #loyal #champion #legacy #intact #stillcanplayball #backshoulder #1stSBTD