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Packers coach throws shade at Aaron Rodgers

The Rodgers era is officially over.

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The Green Bay Packers officially moved on from polarizing quarterback Aaron Rodgers earlier this year, bringing a close to a chapter in their franchise history that included a Super Bowl victory and several personal accolades that he earned. He's now a member of the New York Jets after a highly publicized split from the only NFL team he'd ever suited up for. 

And for Packers defensive coordinator Joe Barry, Rodgers simply doesn't matter to his team anymore. 

 "You mentioned [Rodgers] and his honors. It really doesn’t matter on our side of the ball, the defensive side of the ball. That’s the thing that we’ve got to do week in and week out," Barry said, via "We’ve got to show up and play our best version of football, our best version of defense. We can’t be up one week and down the next. We’ve got to find that consistency and show up every single week. 

"The last five or six weeks of the season, we found that. We don’t have time to waste 10 weeks. We’re in May. That’s what OTAs are for. That’s what the offseason is for. That’s what training camp is for. But we’ve got to be much more consistent than we were a year ago, week in and week out."

It certainly sounds as though Barry has moved on from the thought of Rodgers suiting up for his team. 

Source: Fox News