Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers played it cool and passed off the criticism from his former teammate Greg Jennings, but the recently signed Minnesota Vikings receiver’s head coach Leslie Frazier isn’t keeping quiet.
Frazier was clearly unhappy with Jennings trying to start things in the media with Rodgers, so he let the media know how he felt and it was with comments that he plans to tell his receiver directly.
“That’s not something that we’re high on, and he and I are going to talk before we practice [Saturday afternoon],” Frazier said, via Kevin Seifert of ESPN.com. ”I’ve got to grab him. That’s not how we do things. We’ll talk. We’re going to talk about it. He has strong feelings regarding his former team, and that’s good. But there is a way to get that communicated, and we’ve got to sit down and he and I have got to talk a little bit.”
Jennings could just be instigating Rodgers, but he isn’t doing a very good job.
Rodgers is taking the high road and Jennings will only continue to look worse if he keeps up the verbal jabs.
While Jennings may think it is all fun and games, his head coach plans on putting a stop to that very soon.