Packers players want Aaron Rodgers to stay & have drawn a line in the sand – Jeff Saturday | Get Up

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Jeff Saturday, Kimberley Martin and Chris Canty join Get Up to discuss how Aaron Rodgers’ absence from OTAs has impacted the rest of the Green Bay Packers.

0:00 Saturday says Packers players are standing alongside their quarterback to see if the departure rumors pan out.

1:11 Martin believes this saga is going to extend well into the NFL preseason.

2:09 How big of a distraction will Rodgers’ future become for the Packers?

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