Aaron Rodgers looks like he’s ready to leave Green Bay with a Michael Jordan reference on his Instagram story, but Usain Bolt is pulling for him to stay.
The eight time Olympic Gold Medalist and world record holder for the 100m dash, Bolt has been a long time Packers fan.
Earlier, the Packers fan would have had to have witnessed a wave of controversy flying in from his beloved Green Bay Packers. As extension talks are breaking down with star receiver Davante Adams, and the Rodgers situation is still unresolved, the Packers duo took to their Instagram to post the same stories:
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Usain Bolt had just asked the Packers quarterback to stay the day before, and now to see this, must be heart wrenching for him and all Packers fan around.
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Usain Bolt Urges Aaron Rodgers To Stay Before He And Davante Adams Post Same Stories Of Michael Jordan And Scottie Pippen
Usain Bolt sent out a desperation cry, urging the Packers quarterback to stay. The Packers quarterback has been the center of a tumultuous offseason for Green Bay as his unhappiness with the organization finally came to the limelight.
He didn’t show up for the Packers mandatory minicamp, and there were talks about him potentially opting out of the season as well. That’s why Packers supporter Usain Bolt had to let his star know that he needs to stay in Green Bay.
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) July 22, 2021
The effort is admirable, but it doesn’t look like Bolt will get his wish. Well, sort of. Rodgers and Adams’ stories are indicative of the fact that they’ll be sticking around with Green Bay at least for next season, but after that all bets are off.
NFL fans from all around reacted with varying levels of distaste towards Rodgers and Adams story. For context, ‘The Last Dance’ was a documentary centered around Jordan and Pippen’s last year together with the Chicago Bulls.
The duo had won five NBA championships, and while their dynasty had been cemented as one of the greatest (if not the greatest) in NBA history, it looked like things were finally coming to an end in that storied 1998 season.
Jordan, head coach Phil Jackson, and general manager Jerry Krause were feuding, and Scottie Pippen looked to be on his last legs. That prompted ‘The Last Dance’ moniker out of the final season as the team knew that they were most likely gearing up for one final run together, one last championship, one last season, one last dance.
Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams may be trying to communicate the same message here. The disputes with the front office seem to have finally come to a head, and it’s prompting some pretty passive-aggressive reactions from both sides.
However, the main difference between Jordan and Pippen and Rodgers and Adams is that the former actually won five titles together before they came to the conclusion that they’d be pairing up one last time. Rodgers and Adams have not won a Super Bowl together. That’s what made some fans pretty mad over the whole affair.
They aren’t jordan and pipp. They’ve never even made it to the superbowl together. SKOL THE NORTH
— Jason Zeches (@jason_zeches) July 24, 2021