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Stephen A. Smith Thinks NFL Star Should Be 'Disgusted' With Team's Pick

Closeup of ESPN's Stephen A. Smith of First Take.

TORONTO, ON - FEBRUARY 13: TV personality Stephen A. Smith attends the Verizon Slam Dunk Contest during NBA All-Star Weekend 2016 at Air Canada Centre on February 13, 2016 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith was furious with one team's first round decision in the NFL Draft on Thursday night.

The ESPN personality is a big fan of Aaron Rodgers. Smith often calls the Green Bay Packers quarterback "a bad man."

Green Bay drafted another quarterback in Round 1 on Thursday night. The Packers made arguably the biggest move of the first round with the selection of Utah State QB Jordan Love at No. 26 overall.

Smith immediately took to Twitter following the pick. He crushed the Packers for not getting Rodgers any help in the first round.

Smith commented further on the Packers' decision on First Take on Friday morning. He thinks Rodgers should be "disgusted" with the move and even suggested he demands a trade.

That won't be happening, obviously, but it's fair to wonder how Rodgers feels about the Packers' decision to draft a quarterback.

Green Bay is coming off an NFC Championship Game appearance and the offense could have used a boost with a first round pick - just not at quarterback.