Aaron Rodgers Demands Trade to 2011 Packers
Green Bay, WI-After years of rumors that 3x MVP, Hall of Fame lock, and 9x Pro Bowler Aaron Rodgers was unhappy with the team as a result of their failure to communicate and make improvements, Rodgers has finally demanded a trade to the team he feels is best suited to bring him a Super Bowl. That of the 2011 Packers. "I just don't think this Packer team, Head Coach Matt LaFleur and GM Brian Gutekunst are committed to winning with me. On the other hand, coach Mike McCarthy, and GM Ted Thompson are ready to build and establish a team around me. With the 2011 Packers, I don't think it's unfair to say we could go all the way to the Super Bowl. If the Packers refuse to go out and get me the receiving core I need, then I'd rather take my chances with a receiving core of say Greg Jennings, Donald Driver, Jordy Nelson, and James Jones. With them, I figure I could get something like 4654 yards, 45 touchdowns, and say 6 interceptions, and be a lock for an MVP season. On the other side of the ball I'd have proven defensive contributors and insurance experts, like BJ Raji, Clay Matthews, and of course, Charles Woodson. A one-two punch of Ryan Grant and James Starks at halfback would be worrying for other teams' defenses and give the passing offense much-needed relief". Rodgers also complimented McCarthy's style of offense and coaching. "I think I could very well succeed in the 2011 McCarthy's system". At press time Rodgers was seen threatening the 2011 Packer team with a trade to the 2010 Packer team.