By Rupa Trivedi


Stephen A. Smith Tired of Aaron Rodgers Leaving Packers Rumors

Aaron Rodgers has continued to be one of the most popular storylines in the NFL offseason. The Packers quarterback has been the topic of several questions from both fans and pundits.

Will he stay in Green Bay? Will he leave for another team? Will he retire? What's a darkness retreat?

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith grew tired of hearing about Rodgers after finding out that he would be appearing once more on The Pat McAfee Show.

"I have no interest in seeing Aaron Rodgers on The Pat McAfee Show because Aaron Rodgers just keeps talking, talking, talking instead of winning, winning, winning," Smith said on First Take Friday morning

Smith does have a point, especially in light of the Packers' failure to make the playoffs this year.

Even though Rodgers has won the MVP award four times, his exceptional play hasn't led to team success or a Super Bowl since winning Super Bowl XLV in 2010

Rodgers is widely thought to be one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, but some contend that he has been surpassed by one of his contemporaries, Patrick Mahomes, who has already won two Super Bowls to Rodgers' one

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