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Rob Gronkowski hits out at Aaron Rodgers for thinking of MVPs over Super Bowls

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Rob Gronkowski hits out at Aaron Rodgers for thinking of MVPs over Super Bowls

‘Why do you think he’s MVP?’: Rob Gronkowski becomes latest shot at Aaron Rodgers as he slams Green Bay Packers QB for ‘not wanting Super Bowls’ while insisting they’re ‘five times bigger than the award’

Former All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski has joined those taking jabs at Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers for his recent comments on Pat McAfee show.

Rodgers recently said he could win the MVP again whether it’s in Green Bay or elsewhere drawing the ire of the likes of Gronkowski, former Giants center and multi-time pro bowler Shaun O’Hara, and Stephen A. Smith.

‘I’m totally fine with everything he said, except one major part,’ said Gronkowski on FanDuel’s ‘Up and Adams’ show. And that’s “MVP again.” I just think, “I can win another Super Bowl,” and that will be fine.

Rob Gronkowski has become the latest prominent NFL personality to criticize Aaron Rodgers

Rob Gronkowski has become the latest prominent NFL personality to criticize Aaron Rodgers

Rodgers recently said he believes he can win another MVP award in the 'right situation'

Rodgers recently said he believes he can win another MVP award in the ‘right situation’

‘Dude, bro, why do you think MVP? Don’t like Super Bowls? Like Super Bowls I think is five times bigger than an MVP award.’

The show’s host, Kay Adams, would go on to mention that Rodgers had won four MVP awards and only one Super Bowl.

Rodgers’ future with the team remains a mystery going forward, which he mentioned during his controversy-fueled appearance on McAfee’s show.

‘Did I think I could still play? Of course,’ he said. ‘Can I play at a high level? Yes. Maximum. I think I can win MVP again in the right situation.

‘The right situation… Is that Green Bay or somewhere else? I’m not sure, but I don’t think you should close any opportunity.

Rodgers recently signed a three-year extension worth $150million last year but that clearly doesn’t guarantee his future in Green Bay.