Month After $112.5 Million Deal With Jets, Aaron Rodgers Snubbed by Terence Crawford as $18 Million Worth Boxer Welcomes “New Sheriff” Jordan Love following Packers Win Over Bears

Published 09/11/2023, 6:16 AM EDT

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After 18 seasons with the Green Bay Packers, willing to play “as long as it’s fun,” Aaron Rodgers signed “a three-year, $112.5 million deal” with the New York Jets. While Rodgers realized that he had to either “retire or move on to a new team,” the Packers signed their 2020 first-round pick Jordan Loveto a contract extension“.

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In their recent game against the Chicago Bears, led by Jordan Love, the Packers beat their opponent 38-20. After this victory, while running back Aaron Jones claimed that “nothing’s changed,” coach Matt LaFleur announced, “There’s a big-time belief in that locker room for Jordan Love.” In addition, LaFleur thought that Love’s teammates would now “rally around him”. “They love him. They respect him,” he said.

Terence Crawford is in agreement with Aaron Jones and Matt LaFleur after Jordan Love’s latest performance

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Impressed by Jordan Love’s latest performance, coach LaFleur declared that Love “comes to work every day” with great attitude and energy. “He comes to work every day, great attitude, great energy. I think you saw that today,” told coach Matt LaFleur. Undoubtedly, the two-time undisputed champion and $18 million worth, Terence Crawford is completely in agreement with the words of LaFleur and Jones. According to Crawford, Love is the new sheriff in town who has kept the Packers afloat and inflamed.

Taking to X, Crawford wrote, “There’s a new sheriff in town and his name [is] not Rodgers. Let’s go Packers!!!” Love, who played three years as a backup, must feel awesome hearing such incredible words following his recent success.

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Jordan Love loves to lead his beloved team

After playing three years as a backup, Love feels good to have finally led the boys out in the field. According to the 24-year-old, he has learnt a lot with the Packers by his side.  “It’s definitely been a long time coming for me, three years as a backup,” Jordan Love declared.

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“Just watching, learning and growing, seeing this team work, it feels good to be out there leading those guys and be out there playing with them finally and coming out with a dub is just what we wanted,” he added.

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What do you think about the tweet by Terence Crawford? What do you have to say about Jordan Love’s recent performance against the Bears? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below. For all the latest boxing and NFL updates, follow EssentiallySports!

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