Quarterback excited about the group he is working with next season, but stays quiet on his new contract.
Despite all the conversation surrounding Aaron Rodgers being about his contract extension recently, the Green Bay Packers Quarterback was happy to talk about the state of the teams offence going into 2013.
In a report by JSonline.com, which highlighted an interview made on The Hog 102.9 FM, the QB was looking forward to the season already.
“I think we’re going to be a very formidable offense again and on defense if we can get healthy and get some of the guys back and going, we’re going to be tough to beat,” Rodgers said.
The offence will host a trio of play making receivers in James Jones, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb, and Rodgers will be looking to get the ball into their hands as much possible next season.
The Packers will be looking to have another serious attempt at a run for a Super Bowl title, after being blown away by the San Francisco 49ers in the playoffs last year.
Rodgers was then asked about the contract negotiations between him and the Packers, to which he gave a short and definitive answer.
“We’ll have to see what happens here,” Rodgers said.
“I don’t have an answer for you.”
It seems at this time Rodgers would rather talk about this on-field issues rather than off it, which will probably be the case until the new contract is signed.