Aaron Rodgers Taken to Twitter quickly Inquire with details Regarding his return to the Packers. He has so far been quiet about the departure of his most important teammate, the receiver Tawante Adams.
Following the trade, ESPN.com’s Rob Demovsky Rodgers “He was aware of the developments with Adams coming out in recent days. “
It will be interesting to see if Rodgers knew anything about this before he put the pen to his new contract on Monday and if Aaron Rodgers tried to keep Adams at Green Bay.
If Rodgers had known that Adams would leave, would it have changed Quarterback’s mind? If Rodgers personally asked Adams to stay, why did Adams refuse to stick?
Agents of Adams Went to the record The Packers paid more than the Raiders gave Adams, but playing for the Raiders was a player’s lifelong dream. Whether the riders’ offer has a full guarantee beyond the first year of the contract or the Packers’ offer does not include the full guarantee beyond the first year of the contract (it is not possible. ‘T). They also did not comment on whether Adams would have accepted the Bakers’ offer if it had come weeks or months earlier.
Also, if playing for the Raiders was Adams’ lifelong dream, why did Adams sign a new contract four years ago? If they hadn’t tagged Adams in early 2018, he might have signed with the Raiders. If they had, he might have tried to leave four years ago, as he does now. (Before you joked that it didn’t work then, it worked now.)
There is a lot more to this than meets the eye. Tom Brady has successfully recruited several key players and persuaded them to stay in Tampa. Aaron Rodgers did not try or he surprisingly failed to retain the best player unnamed Aaron Rodgers in the Green Bay.
Would Adams’ exit have been enough to get Rodgers out too? Did Rodgers mistakenly think that if he returned, Adams would stay?
I raise these questions for some simple reason. Adams has the opportunity to want to reunite with a college teammate Derek Carr More than his eight years staying with the NFL team. Rodgers is unlikely to have known that Adams would always think so. So, after Thursday’s news, Rodgers has a chance to deal with the biggest and most unexpected slap in the face he has ever encountered.
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