Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers addressed the media at training camp Wednesday and revealed that he considered retiring before deciding to report to the team.
According to ProFootballTalk, Rodgers said retirement was "definitely something I thought about" amid rumors that he was unhappy with the organization and no longer wanted to play in Green Bay.
Rodgers also discussed some of the issues he had with the Packers, including their reluctance to make him a part of big organizational decisions.
Per ESPN's Jeff Darlington, Rodgers said: "The organization looks at me like I'm just a player. In my opinion … it should tie myself to more input."