With over 475,000 viewers watching The Pat McAfee Show on YouTube.com on Wednesday afternoon, Aaron Rodgers announced his intentions to play for the New York Jets.
Rodgers expressed his love for Green Bay and dozens of people in the organization, businesses and fans. However, the deal is not done. The Jets and the Green Bay Packers must still complete a trade.
Rodgers expressed his disappoint to McAfee and co-host AJ Hawk about how the Packers handled his situation. He came out of his "darkness retreat." He was surprised that Green Bay moved on from him without telling him. The Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst made it clear earlier this month that the team was moving on from Rodgers.
Rodgers told McAfee that he told ESPN's Adam Schefter to "lose my number." The MVP quarterback said he did not give the Jets a "demand" list. Rodgers said he "didn't have demands." Rodgers did talk to the Jets coaches and Joe Douglas about players that he has played with.
My feeling on this situation is that the Jets nor the Green Bay Packers were surprised by Aaron Rodgers announcement on Wednesday. The Jets made wide receiver and Packers' teammate Allan Lazard a prime target in free agency this week and didn't seem to flinch as. The Packers were the team that lost a few days of free agency, not knowing their salary cap limits. This should be interesting for all of New York sports. The Jets are on the clock.
GNA Hotshots: Skeeter Creek's 2000th Show at Vapor in Saratoga
Wow! Congrats to Skeeter Creek on their 2000th show! 21 years into the game, SK continues to be one of the best-sounding, hardest-working, talented, energetic, and fun bands the Capital Region has to offer.
On Saturday, a thousand "Creek Freaks" jam-packed Vapor inside the Saratoga Casino for a night many country music fans won't soon forget!
Here are some of our favorite pictures from Claude Sawyer during an epic night of singing, dancing, drinkin', partying, and celebrating with the crew from Skeeter Creek.
Congrats on the 2000 shows and here's to another 20-plus years rocking the Capital Region and beyond.
Live Simply Yet Comfortable in This Adorable Tiny Saratoga House For Just $76K!
Looking to downsize yet live comfortably? This tiny house may be just what you are looking for. It's a two-bedroom tiny house that is ready to roll. You find the land and they will park it there for you. It is located in Saratoga Springs. The main level is 208 square feet and the upper two lofts add another 130 square feet. There is a composting toilet, and hookups for a washer, dryer, and refrigerator. The tiny house has a full electric panel, drainage, water, plumbing, and a full shower. The kitchen has a cute farmhouse sink. There is plenty of storage underneath the stairs, tons of natural light, insulation, and beautiful cherry floors. This adorable tiny house
is for sale for just $76,000.
Few Have Seen Inside this $3.5M Stunner in Downtown 'Toga