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Eric Mangini: Aaron Rodgers’ comments meant he sought leverage with Packers; Trey Lance & Justin Fields QB battles I THE HERD

Eric Mangini joins Colin Cowherd to discuss the latest NFL news, including Aaron Rodgers opening up more about the Green Bay Packers’ offseason drama. He breaks down his reaction to the reigning MVP’s comments about being 50/50 on retirement in the offseason and his lack of interest in a farewell tour. With preseason reaching its halfway point, the former head coach also analyzes the biggest quarterback battles, including the Chicago Bears, and San Francisco 49ers. Mangini predicts who will be the starter in the Justin Fields – Andy Dalton and Trey Lance – Jimmy Garoppolo quarterback battles.

2 HOURS AGO・The Herd with Colin Cowherd・2:58

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T.J. Houshmandzadeh analyzes Packers’ game plan for Jordan Love, Joe Burrow bouncing back, Hard Knocks I THE HERD

T.J. Houshmandzadeh joins Colin Cowherd for the latest NFL frenzy leading into the first week of preseason, including the Green Bay Packers’ game plan for Jordan Love. He shares how they will prepare for Love in his first preseason start of his young career. The former wide receiver also breaks down Joe Burrow’s ‘mental struggles’ in training camp and how he is bouncing back from his ACL injury.

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LaVar Arrington: Aaron Rodgers is capable of duplicating his MVP season with Packers I UNDISPUTED

According to our very own, Jay Glazer, Aaron Rodgers has a verbal agreement with the Green Bay Packers. Green Bay will trade the reigning MVP in 2022 if he still wants out. It remains to be seen if that will actually happen with previous reports indicating the Packers agreed to trade Rodgers BEFORE only to not follow through. For now, the 37-year-old QB will focus on trying to bring the Lombardi back to Green Bay. Hear what Chris Broussard, LaVar Arrington, and Jason McIntyre have to say about Rodgers’ situation with the Green Bay Packers.

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LaVar Arrington: Aaron Rodgers’ deal is a win-win for giving the Packers more money & a voice for the MVP I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

It has been anything but quiet in Green Bay. Aaron Rodgers aired out his issues to the media and now, according to reports, he also re-worked his deal. Reports say that the final year of his (2023) will be voided. The Packers will save about $10 million in cap space this season. LaVar Arrington reacts to the MVP’s reworked deal and explain why it’s a win for both Green Bay and Rodgers.

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Ric Bucher: It’s too late for the Packers to invite Aaron Rodgers to the table for personnel decisions I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Aaron Rodgers got a lot off his chest on Wednesday’s press conference, when he was in front of the media for the first time since returning to the Green Bay Packers. The reigning MVP went over a number of issues, but one big takeaway was his desire to be involved in decision making because he felt that quote ‘to be at least in the conversation makes it feel like you’re important, you’re respected.’ Ric Bucher explains why he feels the MVP ‘should have no input or be sitting at the table’ in the Packers’ personnel decisions.

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LaVar Arrington: Aaron Rodgers has put the Packers’ front office in a corner I THE HERD

LaVar Arrington joins Colin Cowherd to discuss Aaron Rodgers’ brutally honest press conference expressing his frustration with the Green Bay Packers’ front office. Hear why LaVar believes that Rodgers has ultimately put the Packers’ organization into a corner over the poor treatment of former players.

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Joy Taylor: ‘Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay set Packers up for their ‘Last Dance” I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Yesterday, Aaron Rodgers during a press conference says he mulled retirement during the offseason, and says he wants more say in Green Bay Packers’ front office decisions. With Green Bay’s personnel moves, it looks like their compromise has created wins on both sides. Joy Taylor joins First Things First to share her thoughts on Rodgers’ press conference, and what it means for the future of Green Bay.

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Greg Jennings on Aaron Rodgers – Packers restructured deal, Davante Adams’ future in Green Bay I THE HERD

Greg Jennings joins Colin Cowherd to discuss the latest chapter in the Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers offseason saga. The Super Bowl winning wide receiver reacts to the new deal and what it means for both the reigning MVP and Green Bay. Jennings also breaks down how the unique, restructured deal impacts Davante Adams’ odds of signing an extension and how he should evaluate his future with the Packers.

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Greg Jennings: The Packers win now, but ultimately lose with Aaron Rodgers likely out next year I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Aaron Rodgers is returning to the Green Bay Packers this season. Both parties are reportedly close to a new deal that will essentially give Rodgers the freedom to pick where he wants to play in 2022. This report follows after a drama-filled offseason for the reigning MVP, where it was left unclear whether he would be at training camp this season or not. Greg Jennings explains what this deal means for his former teammate and the Packers.

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Emmanuel Acho explains why the Packers should rework Aaron Rodgers’ deal heading into the season I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Aaron Rodgers turned down a two-year extension this offseason that could’ve made him the highest paid player in the NFL, according to Adam Schefter. Now, an anonymous executive speculated Rodgers wants his deal restructured with years taken off, so it can pull quote ‘a Tom Brady and be the next guy to fly to go elsewhere to win a championship.’ Emmanuel Acho explains why teams’ mentalities of committing to players one season at a time makes sense for Green Bay to restructure the reigning MVP’s deal.

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