Another NFL Draft first round has come and gone without the Green Bay Packers taking a skill player, leaving Aaron Rodgers without another weapon.
The Packers star quarterback appears to be OK with it, though.
Thursday night, Rodgers appeared on The Pat McAfee Show’s NFL Draft live show and weighed in on his team’s picks.
Green Bay went defense heavy in Round 1, taking two players out of the University of Georgia. Rodgers appears to be understanding of it.
No first-round wide receiver for the Packers, who double up on Georgia defenders with LB Quay Walker at 22 and DT Devonte Wyatt at 28. https://t.co/abkHKVKLjf
— Doug Kyed (@DougKyed) April 29, 2022
Rodgers said that his team had some first round grades out for wide receivers, but none of them were available.
Aaron Rodgers says on the @PatMcAfeeShow that he knew the #Packers were planning to go in this direction. They had 6 WRs with first-round grades and all were gone…. so defense it is. Rodgers was aware of it all. https://t.co/CfRGEPiXVw
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) April 29, 2022
More than 100,000 people have tuned in to watch the McAfee NFL Draft show on Thursday night. There are currently 125,000 watching the Rodgers interview.
The NFL Draft is airing on ABC, ESPN and NFL Network.
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