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Attention shifted from night one of the 2021 NFL Draft to Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on April 29th when ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted the three-time MVP does not want to play for Green Bay anymore.

Pete Dougherty is the Packers columnist for the Green Bay Press-Gazette and USA Today Network-Wisconsin. He gives us the latest on the Aaron Rodgers drama in Green Bay and the latest news on the rest of the team here.

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The NFL draft starts Thursday at 8 p.m. The New York Jets have the 2nd overall pick, and the New York Giants have the 11th overall pick. Both teams have some similar but also different needs.

Both teams are also looking for different franchise cornerstones. Gang Green is looking for a franchise quarterback after trading Sam Darnold to the Panthers. Big Blue is still trying to build around third-year quarterback Daniel Jones, who the organization hopes could be the long-term answer. To answer a lot of fans’ questions leading up to Thursday, Giants beat writer for New York Post Paul Schwartz and Jets reporter for Newsday Sports Al Iannazzone joined the podcast, which can be found here.

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Hofstra Pride men’s lacrosse midfielder Alex Concannon played at Johns Hopkins University from 2016–2020. His cousin Jack Concannon played goaltender for the Hofstra Pride from 2015–2018. Alex talked about his decision to originally play for the Blue Jays and what made him come to Hofstra for his final year of eligibility.

Alex was a fan of Johns Hopkins and wanted to go there ever since his early high school days. His dream came true, but he battled hardships in Baltimore, Maryland. His new beginning with the Pride is off to a good start.

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