Terry Bradshaw is popular on Twitter today, luckily not because he finally did what it was supposed to do in 2007.
Bradshaw continued to attack Packer’s defender Aaron Rodgers during Colin Cowherd’s show appearance.
Above all, Bradshaw said Rodgers “might be the worst footwork I have ever seen for a starting defender.”; Frankly, that doesn’t matter if a quarterback Patrick Mahomes has. Bad pace too, and he’s one of the greatest players in league history.
Even more interesting topics come from Bradshaw’s comments about Rodgers’ contract. Bradshaw compared Rodgers’ desire for a new contract to Bradshaw, who may have called on FOX and demand a new deal despite years of remaining.
That’s a misleading thing. Bradshaw has one contract – his deal with Fox, Rodgers (like all players) has two of his personal deals with the Packers and a broader contract between the NFL and the NFL Players Association, though Rod. Jerry will have three years to deal with football. But the labor deal gave him the right to take advantage of football, for example, not showing up.
Will there be a financial effect? Yes. Does Rodgers have the right to accept the consequences and suspend the service? Absolutely
Tom Brady would have been better off from New England as his personal contract was expired and the team was not using the franchise tag. And it would be easier for Rodgers to leave if he disagreed on a deal that will run until 2023, and that gives footballers year-to-year flexibility in the latter part.
That is still the crux of the problem. The Packers want to capitalize on being able to make decisions on Rodgers one year at a time. Rodgers wanted to short-circuit that process.
Rodgers was not the only one doing that, Carson Wentz did in Philadelphia, Matthew Stafford did in Detroit.Deshaun Watson was in action in Houston. And Russell Wilson will finally do it in Seattle.
The only question now is whether the Packers dig or do a deal, and will Rodgers eventually return to the Packers, acting as if the whole thing was exaggerated and / or fabricated.