Aaron Rodgers reportedly 'frustrated' over his lack of influence on Packers moves

Obviously I want to finish my career here:’ Aaron Rodgers speaks on his contract team’s off-season moves	 	 	 			Aaron Rodgers

Obviously I want to finish my career here:’ Aaron Rodgers speaks on his contract team’s off-season moves Aaron Rodgers

"Both of those decisions [with Nelson and Van Pelt ] were made without him", one source close to Rodgers said, per Robinson.

"You have to trust the process", he said.

Rodgers is in the sixth year of a seven-year contract that has left him underpaid for a quarterback.

Rodgers said Tuesday there is interest in getting a deal done, but it's not his focus.

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According to a report from Yahoo Sports' Charles Robinson, two different league sources say Rodgers is "frustrated" and "emotional" over the lack of input he's been given, and he's gong to demand more input when it comes time to negotiate his next contract extension.

First it was Alex Van Pelt, the Green Bay quarterback coach who was let go after after last year's disappointing 7-9 finish, in which Rodgers was absent much of the season after collar bone surgery. "I think that's obviously frustrating and it's going to keep coming out".

The Packers hired Frank Cignetti Jr.to replace Van Pelt as the team's quarterbacks coach and, albeit he has some work to do before forming as strong of a relationship with Rodgers, it's a stepping stone in the influx of change that took place in the Packers' front office this offseason. Over the past two years, quarterbacks like Andrew Luck, Derek Carr, Matthew Stafford, Kirk Cousins, and Jimmy Garoppolo have all signed monster deals with high amounts in guarantees, making Rodgers only the ninth-highest-paid quarterback in the league by average annual salary. Rodgers volunteered during an ESPN interview in early February that this wasn't his choice. "And the process works.They're paying me to play quarterback to the best of my abilities, and their job descriptions are to handle those type of things, so I think you just act accordingly in those situations".

"I thought that was an interesting change, really without consulting me", he said. "And that was an interesting decision".

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Rodgers made it perfectly clear that he disagreed with both decisions. "That's the way they want it". And also, wide receiver Jordy Nelson, who Rodgers shared 65 regular season touchdowns with through the span of his career - the most by any quarterback-receiver tandem in team history.

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