By Adam Roberts – 11/19/2020
After an offseason that saw a virtual split over the NFL collective bargaining agreement between player reps, the Packers’ Aaron Rodgers is no longer the Packers’ players association representative.
Rodgers said he is unhappy about how things happened in February when they voted on the new CBA. He was one of 14 player reps to vote against it, and Rodgers says it’s not something he wants to deal with at this point in his career.
According to NBC Sports, Rodgers believes active players should have had a bigger say in the proceedings, and in general expressed disdain with how the situation was handled.
The new Packers rep is kicker Mason Crosby.