Preparations for the new season of the NFL, and preseason has a great name among questions. Aaron Rodgers seems determined not to play again for Green bay packers, franchise that refuses to transfer it. After his absence from voluntary workouts, the Wisconsin team’s mandatory minicamp has started, and the quarterback has not shown up.
Uphill situation with Aaron Rodgers
The situation between Aaron Rodgers Y Green bay packers it remains stagnant, and neither side seems willing to give in just yet. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the 37-year-old veteran has not appeared at the franchise’s minicamp, which began on Monday, June 7. This adds tension to the complicated situation between the player and the franchise.
The absence of the quarterback in the minicamp is the first serious sign of the immense conflict that exists between the parties. Despite the fact that everything has been made public for months, it is the first mandatory call ignored by the experienced quarterback. It should be remembered that this minicamp lasts 3 days, and its absence can cost you a fine of $ 93,085, something that does not seem to matter to you.
Now the uncertainty is growing in the face of training camps in Green bay packers. For mandatory preseason jobs, fines can be as high as $ 50,000 per day of absence. This is not to mention that the Super Bowl champion’s absences could already cost him the training bonus of half a million dollars established in his contract.
The Packers insist
This situation had been anticipated since last weekend, and the president of the Packers, Mark Murphy had reaffirmed his position to go ahead with Aaron Rodgers on the roster. “As I wrote last month, we remain committed to working things out with Aaron and we want him to be our quarterback in 2021 and beyond. We are working to resolve the situation and have seen that the less both sides talk, the better.
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