Rodgers offered plenty of insight during a news conference in which his tone was borderline somber at times. What he didn’t do was instill much confidence his time with the Packers is going to end well or even that this season will be as super as some had hoped.
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“I'm not complaining about it. I'm not poor right now. I'll be OK to get through and go and try to win a Super Bowl again,” Adams said.
During a news conference in which he was even-keeled and introspective but also unvarnished and brutally honest, Rodgers confessed he came back for two reasons: He found his competitive fire still burns within him, and he wanted to be back with those in the organization he loves — his teammates, including wide receiver Davante Adams and left tackle David Bakhtiari; his coaches, led by coach Matt LaFleur and offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett; and the fans.
The deal with the Houston Texans will get done once Cobb’s agent and the Packers worked out a restructured contract that would allow him to return to Green Bay, where he spent his first eight NFL seasons.
Rejoice, Cheeseheads, and enjoy this season for all it’s worth because this standoff very well could resurface in early 2022.
According to multiple sources, following conversations over the weekend between Rodgers’ representatives and the team, the sides had made enough progress on an altered contract for Rodgers — one that would apparently give him a modicum of control back over his future — to end his stalemate with the team and come to camp after missing all of the offseason program.
Scott and Bradley enter camp with in-person competition and will have to earn a fourth year on the roster after being part of general manager Brian Gutekunst’s first draft class in 2018.
One of defensive coordinator Joe Barry's biggest tasks during camp will be identifying who can play the "Star" position.
Defensive coordinator Joe Barry will have plenty of options, with second-year linebackers Krys Barnes and Kamal Martin seemingly the favorites among holdovers on the roster.
Adams, who is set to become an unrestricted free agent after the season, has cut off extension talks with the team — and there are no plans to resume them with training camp set to kick off next week.