Aaron Rodgers has reportedly decided to play this season for the Green Bay Packers after all. This came after months of speculation that he wouldn’t play. He didn’t make it easy for the Packers as Rodgers shoveled on accusations that the front office wasn’t supplying him with anyone to throw the football at. Now it seems that they have come to an agreement.
Marshawn Lynch caused his name to trend today on social media when he discussed Aaron Rodger’s situation with Green Bay. The veteran spoke in a very blunt fashion and his censor was not operational either.
So if you don’t win a Super Bowl and they both was bullsh*tting and they should have both been on their Ps and Qs
Lynch was then chastised a bit by host Max Kellerman as he said, “it’s a family program.” To which Marshawn Lynch responded: “And I’m a family man.” That was just classic and Marshawn Lynch should get a free pass to swear on television as much as he wishes after that retort.
You can check out the video below that is gaining so much attention. When it comes to Aaron Rodgers, we’ll have to see if him and the Packers can stop “bullsh*tting” each other like Lynch said.
What’s your take on this story? Sound off in the comments!