Aaron Rodgers has earned the right to call out receivers as drama unfolds in Green Bay

From learning behind another divisive man at Green Bay to being one of the best quarterbacks ever, Aaron Rodgers has seen his career take many turns.

The NFL MVP and Packers star has recently become the subject of criticism after he called out young wide receivers after Green Bay's preseason opener against the San Francisco 49ers.

It got to the point that Jason Wrabel, the Packers' wide receivers coach and passing-game coordinator, called a special meeting between Rodgers and his young pass-catchers.

"He just said, 'Go to the quarterback' room instead of the receiver's room. This isn't the first time this has happened."

It comes a day after Rodgers extensively criticized Green Bay's youth group of wide receivers during a Q&A with the media.

"Young guys, especially young receivers, we have to be more consistent. Lots of drops, lots of wrong route decisions, wrong route runs. We have to get better in that area."

Rodgers has every right to be disappointed after Green Bay took away star wide receiver Davante Adams during the offseason.

When Rodgers talks, young people should listen. On the same note, his comments should not be met with drama.

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