Tyler Dunne, of Bleacher Report, published an article that shows the relation between the ex- head coach of the Green Bay Packers, Mike McCarthy, and the quarterback Aaron Rodgers, and did not paint a pretty image. One of the things that stood out with the piece is that Rodgers did not like McCarthy's hiring.
"The worst kept secret at 1265 Lombardi Avenue was that Rodgers seemed to hate his coach from the moment McCarthy was hired," Dunne wrote.
"Nobody holds a grudge in any sport like Rodgers, when it comes to Rodgers, the grudges do not disappear merrily, they stick, they grow, they refuel, no, Rodgers would not forget that McCarthy had helped perpetuate his four and more – half an hour later. wait in the NFL Green room project the previous year. Your shame televised nationally. McCarthy, then 49ers offensive coordinator, chose Alex Smith No. 1 overall. Not Rodgers. "
One of the other things that Dunne mentioned is that Rodgers never respected McCarthy. He was talking to a source close to Rodgers at the time and Dunne said Rodgers "used to call to let off steam because McCarthy had no idea what he was doing, telling him that McCarthy often called the wrong move."
"Mike has a low IQ, and that used to always bother Aaron," says this source. "I would say that Mike has one of the lowest IQs, if not the lowest IQ, of any coach he has ever had."
Dunne also reported that Rodgers is "self-titled" and will hold a grudge for a long time. Former Packers teammates Greg Jennings and Jermichael Finley spoke negatively about Rodgers in the article. But not everyone who has worn a Packers uniform feels the same.
Here is a look at the current Packers who show their support for Rodgers.