He also admitted he was "not thrilled" with the selection but understands why the organization went that direction. This story isn't going to go away as the media will continue to pick at the situation until the normally bristly Rodgers gives them what they want to hear. Rodgers is now 36 and under contract for four seasons meaning that something is going to have to give eventually if Love is to see the field as a Packer in the near-term. While it's very possible second-year coach Matt LaFleur is perfectly willing to allow Love to develop on the sidelines and not see the field in coming years, barring injury, common thought seems to be turning in the favor of "sooner rather than later" meaning a potential showdown may play out in 2021. Either way, Rodgers is saying all the right things, remains focused and now has extra motivation to perform, not that he ever needed it. Aaron Rodgers is found as DLF's QB9.