NFL host Kay Adams has mocked the Green Bay Packers over an exodus at Lambeau Field apparently caused by Aaron Rodgers.
With more Packers stars reportedly set to follow Rodgers, 39, to the New York Jets, Adams jokingly told former Green Bay wide receiver James Jones not to back down and follow his lead.
Rumor has it Rodgers’ move to the Jets is only a matter of time.
And on Tuesday, ESPN Diana Russini reported that the quarterback provided them with a list of free agents for the team to sign.
The four-time MVP is believed to have asked New York to sign three Packers players: Allen Lazard, Randall Cobb and Marcedes Lewis.
Same day, Lazard allegedly signed a four-year, $44 million deal with the Jets.
And there are already rumors linking Cobb to a move to MetLife.
When I saw Rodgers alleged recruitment efforts, Adams tweeted at Jones — the NFL star quarterback’s former teammate and good friend — for a laugh at Green Bay’s expense.
“Oh boy [James Jones] don’t even think about it,” the NFL host wrote.
The retired wide receiver joined Adams’ bit and responded with a GIF of an athlete warming up as if implying he’s getting ready for a call from the Jets.
Jones played for the Packers between 2007 and 2013 and won Super Bowl XLV with the team alongside Rodgers.
Rodgers is set to appear on The Pat McAfee Show on Wednesday, and fans are hoping the NFL star will finally bring the long saga to an end.
The quarterback considered a Packers exit last year, but then returned to Green Bay and signed a contract extension.
But after missing the playoffs in 2022, the California native once again began questioning his future with the franchise.
He then went on a darkness retreat and spent four days in a partially underground room out in the wilderness contemplating the next steps.
And it now appears Rodgers could be leaving Green Bay after 18 seasons with the team.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/7632375/kay-adams-packers-legend-green-bay-players-leave/ Kay Adams tells Packers legend ‘don’t even think about it’ as Green Bay players are leaving the team in droves