This past year was definitely an off-year for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. The team failed to make the playoffs and eventually fired their coach Mike McCarthy. it was reported that Rodgers and McCarthy had a rocky relationship and that Rodgers wasn't coachable. This simply isn't the case though according to newly appointed quarterback coach Luke Getsy, who spoke about whether or not Rodgers really does want to be coached.

"Absolutely, I have no question about that," Getsy told ESPN's Rob Demovsky. "I think he's as big of a competitor as I've ever been around. He has that desire to win more than anybody I've been around. I think whatever you want to call coaching, I think it's delivering the message, being consistent and holding people accountable to that message, and he wants that as much as anybody."

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Getsy has been with the Packers in the past and came back to the team this season to help train the quarterbacks. The team also hired a young head coach in Matt LaFleur to perhaps help spark a new approach with this Packers team that is yearning to get back into the playoffs.

At 35 years old, Rodgers is considered one of the best quarterbacks in the league and he is currently seeking out his second Super Bowl.