Aaron Rodgers addresses the Packers' management in a message.
Aaron Rodgers issued a message to general manager Brian Gutekunst since the Packers haven't started the 2022 NFL season well.
In advance of the 2022 NFL season, the Packers have been given a wake-up call. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers fell to 3-3 after Week 6's loss to the Jets at Lambeau Field,
far from recovering from their startling loss to the Giants. Although Green Bay is presently second in the NFC North, there is still much work to be done if it hopes to
challenge the Vikings for the division (5-1). The offensive is without a doubt one of the primary areas that needs to be improved.
According to ESPN, Rodgers said of Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst, "I trust him and his staff; if they feel like they need to do it, they will.
In response to Sunday's heartbreaking loss to the Jets, Rodgers also addressed the team's offensive problems. He doesn't care who is running the plays since he thinks
they are capable of doing the job. Instead, everything should be made simpler. This year, the Packers, and particularly Rodgers, are feeling the absence of a veteran WR.
Therefore, if a transaction is completed by the front office before November 1, it would make sense.