As the Aaron Rodgers saga continues, some fans of the Green Bay Packers have grown weary of the drama. The 37-year-old quarterback hasn’t made his intentions clear since a report during the NFL Draft in April implied that he wanted to be traded.
A media firestorm has ensued over the last three months, as everyone wants to know what Rodgers plans to do and where he wants to play in 2021. As a result, at least a few fans in Wisconsin have had enough.
The Fat Seagull, a bar in downtown Manitowoc, a town just 45 minutes away from Green Bay, called out Rodgers for his indecision and complaints about the franchise with its latest offering. The establishment is now allowing patrons to try its newest tap beer, called the “Cry Baby 12”, in honor of the Packers quarterback.
Take a look, via Tori Lynn Schneider of the Tallahassee Democrat:
— Tori Lynn Schneider (@photoriphy) July 19, 2021
The beer name is harsh but hilarious and it’s easy enough to understand where fans of the Packers are coming from. Rodgers continues to stay vague about his future in Green Bay and many locals probably feel like he’s quitting on the team that he’s played for over the last 15 years.
A collection of reports, as well as prediction from the quarterback’s former teammates, suggest that Rodgers will be back with the Packers before Week 1 of the regular season. However, the 37-year-old himself is keeping his lips sealed.
The Packers will begin training camp next Tuesday on July 27, a date that will mark the next major milestone in the story of Rodgers’ offseason.
If he doesn’t report, The Fat Seagull will almost certainly being pouring up a few pints of “Cry Baby 12” later that night.
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