The 2012 NFL season literally just got underway and already some Green Bay Packer fans are thinking about the 2013 offseason.
Thanks to some recent comments by free agent-to-be Greg Jennings and his MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers, it’s becoming clear that Jennings could be playing the 2013 season in a uniform other than the Green and Gold.
First, here is what Jennings had to say on the matter on ESPN’s Mike and Mike in the morning:
“I definitely want to be here, but understanding the nature of the business, you never know. There is really nothing else I can really say or do. The ball is not in my court at all. I have to play the cards that I’m dealt. Right now it’s football. That’s my focus.”
This really isn’t a cause for panic nor is it really any different than what he has said in the past. Jennings has maintained all along he wants to remain a Green Bay Packer. This mindset is the best for the Packers if this indeed truly Jennings’ mindset right now.
What Rodgers had to say, however, probably raised more than a few eyebrows. Here’s what he told ESPN Milwaukee’s Jason Wilde on his weekly radio show on ESPN 540:
“I think you have to be realistic about it and think that it might be. I have loved my time with Greg. Greg and I are going to be buddies whether he’s here or not.”