Packers' Mark Murphy denies telling Aaron Rodgers 'don't be the problem' after Matt LaFleur hire
Thursday, 11 April 2019
Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy denied a claim in a Bleacher Report story that he told quarterback Aaron Rodgers "don't be the problem."
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In light of a number of reports surrounding Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy's rocky relationship in Green Bay, is the narrative about the Packers QB starting to become more negative? SI Now's Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell weigh in. Is Ongoing Aaron Rodgers Drama Impacting His Reputation? 01:38
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