Will Aaron Rodgers sit out this season if the Packers don’t trade him? | Get Up

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Ryan Clark, Bart Scott and Dan Graziano join Mike Greenberg on Get Up to discuss Aaron Rodgers’ decision to skip voluntary OTAs with the Green Bay Packers.

0:00 What to make of Rodgers’ pictures from his vacation in Hawaii.

2:56 When will the Rodgers-Packers saga hit a pressure point?

4:22 How likely is it Rodgers sits out this season?


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