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Jay Glazer Shares What He's Heard From Aaron Rodgers

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers warms up prior to the game against the Carolina Panthers

GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN - DECEMBER 19: Quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers warms up prior to the game against the Carolina Panthers at Lambeau Field on December 19, 2020 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images)

Conflicting reports surrounding the Aaron Rodgers situation continue to swirl this offseason.

Just yesterday, former Green Bay wide receiver James Jones came on 

"I know he still wants out. Without a doubt. Absolutely. Still wants out"@JayGlazer on Aaron Rodgers

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">The Pat McAfee Show and explained why the conflict between Rodgers and the Packers organization is "fixable." But today, NFL insider Jay Glazer came on the show with a different attitude -- saying the reigning league MVP "absolutely" still wants out of Green Bay. "I know he still wants out. Without a doubt. Absolutely. Still wants out," Glazer said.

When asked if any potential suitors (ie. the Denver Broncos) have made any offers yet, Glazer explained that the Packers haven't even allowed it to get to that point. All potential trade calls made to the Green Bay front office have reportedly been shut down immediately.

Glazer has a solution to this issue.

"Every time somebody called the Packers it was immediately shut down," he said "What these teams need to do is continue to call, continue to call." 

So far, the Green Bay front office has yet to budge on their conviction to hold onto the superstar quarterback. But, with Rodgers skipping out on all offseason workouts this year (including mandatory minicamp), the situation is starting to get a bit more complicated.

Packers president Mark Murphy confirmed that fact earlier this week when he referred to his QB as a "complicated fella."

With pressure continuing to build, Green Bay may be forced to make a deal before the start of next season.