Rodgers not thrilled about Jets’ ‘forced’ appearance on ‘Hard Knocks’

Rodgers not thrilled about Jets' 'forced' appearance on 'Hard Knocks'

New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers isn’t thrilled about his team being chosen to appear on “Hard Knocks.”

“I understand the appeal with us,” Rodgers told KPIX-TV. “Obviously, there’s a lot of eyes on me. A lot of eyes on our team. A lot of expectations on our squad.

“They forced it down our throats, and we’ve got to deal with it.”

The league can’t mandate teams that have a first-year head coach, made the playoffs in the last two seasons, or were on the show in the previous 10 years to participate in the documentary series.

The Jets, New Orleans Saints, Washington Commanders, and Chicago Bears were thus the only eligible teams.

Rodgers spent the previous 18 years with the Green Bay Packers.


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