The Green Bay Packers made a bold hiring in the form of Matt LaFleur as the team's new head coach. The Kyle Shanahan disciple will now look to bring the Packers offense to the modern era.
Plenty of Packers players have praised the new scheme at OTA's, but one important piece of the offense doesn't sound too thrilled. That piece…is quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
When asked about his role in LaFleur's offense by NFL Media's Mike Silver, Rodgers did mention some positives about the use of offensive formations under LaFleur. Yet, Rodgers quipped that he would like some more freedom at the line of scrimmage.
"I don’t think you want me to turn off 11 years” said Rodgers “There’s stuff that not many people in the league can do at the line. That’s not a humble brag. That’s just a fact.”
There's a little over a month to go until training camp, and there's already a disagreement between Rodgers and LaFleur.