Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers definitely reads articles about himself. He tweeted a response to an article written about him by the Packers by sarcastically asking them to add more clickbait.
#Packers QB Aaron Rodgers talks offseason changes
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) April 17, 2018
I feel like the title of this article needs more click bait. Come on GBP, make something up, or talk to some unnamed sources close to me or something to beef up the clicks. #dalailamaisapackersfan #bighitter #totalconsciousness #relax #fakenewstuesday #GBSnowday #meditation https://t.co/HnAvXBAsyl
— Aaron Rodgers (@AaronRodgers12) April 17, 2018
Rodgers appears to be taking a shot at a recent articles written about him claiming there are problems between him and the Packers. It looks like clickbait articles work on Rodgers.
Who knew he was so soft? Well besides everyone outside of Green Bay. There have to be issues when your team gets rid of your favorite target and your quarterback coach.
It looks like all of the articles are starting to bother Rodgers too. The pressure is mounting in Wisconsin. If you’re the best quarterback, not named Brady, prove it.
Are you even going to sniff another Super Bowl? Not reading all of the clickbait articles you’re not.