Aaron Rodgers recently revealed his unhappiness with the Packers management, something his fiance Shailene Woodley may have hinted at.
The Packers quarterback has had one of the most turbulent offseasons for a superstar in recent memory. From potentially demanding a trade, to holding out of training camp and the 2021-22 season, to even retiring, Packers fans have been on an absolute roller coaster this year.
Rodgers had his first press conference after coming back yesterday and had a lot to say about the Packers. And not a lot of it was positive. Rodgers has agreed to return to the team for at least this year, but the amount of stress and pressure he’s put on Green Bay has been incredible.
His soon-to-be-wife, Shailene Woodley was also mixed up in the affair as a very interesting retweet had people guessing that Rodgers’ outburst during his press conference was coming.
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) July 28, 2021
Shailene Woodley Retweeted Stephen A. Smith’s Tirade Defending Aaron Rodgers
Stephen A. Smith previously had a very staunch defense of Aaron Rodgers’ discontent with the Packers front office. He called people an idiot for thinking that his source of unease was with the Packers not offering him enough money, but instead, it was because of the lack of respect he had been given.
Sports analysts are always making claims like these, so why was this one in particular so special? Well, Rodgers’ fiance, Shailene Woodley, decided to retweet this.
— Stephen A Smith (@stephenasmith) July 20, 2021
If you check her profile on Twitter, you’ll see that this has indeed been retweeted. That’s why many people found it easy to believe that Rodgers would at some point go off about how Green Bay made him unhappy.
The press conference Rodgers had was one of the most candid and honest ones you’re bound to ever see as an NFL fan. He had no hesitations ripping apart his team for certain moves and above all, just demanded a little more influence and say in certain aspects of the team.
For Woodley to retweet this, it clearly meant that Stephen A. Smith nailed it with his speculation that Rodgers wasn’t complaining about money, but something much greater.