Aaron Rodgers Is Already Whining About Participating In Joint Practices

Aaron Rodgers Is Already Whining About Participating In Joint Practices

Aaron Rodgers Is Already Whining About Participating In Joint Practices

Unfortunately for Green Bay, all this controversy surrounding joint practice might be causing more harm than actual good.

"I just want anything that's going to get people out of their seat and make it a true home field advantage", said LaFluer. "Look, that's out of my control".

Aaron Rodgers does not like joint practices.

"I was going to see if I could go in the stands and have somebody bring me a brat, cheese curds and a Spotted Cow, but I thought that might be frowned upon during period seven of practice, so maybe afterwards", Watt joked.

Rodgers made it clear that he isn't a fan of practicing with another team, saying "I wouldn't mind if they didn't do it for another 14 years". For them to have that tradition, where kids get to be up close and personal with their favorite players and they get to hold their helmet.

The Packers and Houston Texans wrapped up an intense joint practice session Tuesday, highlighted by numerous battles between players over the past two days. According to Packers.com, in his first season leading the Packers, Vince Lombardi made an agreement with George Halas to play in the Shrine Game annually.

The problem punchline here is that new head coach Matt LaFleur, who Green Bay hired with hopes that he'd more often see eye-to-eye with Aaron Rodgers, does not see eye-to-eye with Aaron Rodgers.

Texans head coach Bill O'Brien sent Johnson to the locker room afterward, but then speaking with the press following practice he said the hit "was not a big deal".

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