Aaron Rodgers is not concerned by outside opinions.

After ex-Green Bay Packers receiver Greg Jennings blamed his former team’s lack of title on their defense and head coach Mike McCarthy, Rodgers attempted to put that theory to bed.

“I think it’s important that when you’re thinking about comments coming from outside the facility, especially by people who haven’t been around the facility in a number of years, you’ve got to take that with a grain of salt,” Rodgers told Lance Allen of TMJ4.

“We’re concerned with the opinions of our players and our coaching staff and our organization.”

Jennings last played for the Packers in 2013 and has been a regular critic of the team since leaving. Rodgers may have learned to tune out Jennings’ criticisms, but he’s also been well-versed in defending McCarthy.

“I’ve made it pretty well known how I feel about Mike,” said Rodgers. “He’s our leader and … we follow his lead, and we love Mike. We believe in him, and he believes in us, and so we’ve got his back.”

– With h/t to ProFootballTalk

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