First and 10: Packers don’t want Rodgers?

Just as labor clarity seems to be coming into place, things are really getting confusing. With many people of the belief that the lockout will end in a matter of days, actually reported Monday night that Green Bay Packers players have been told to be ready to report to the team this Saturday. One problem: Apparently, this is news to their starting quarterback, Aaron Rodgers.

“I definitely haven’t been contacted about anything in gb this weekend, for the record,” Rodgers tweeted late last night. Are the Packers trying to tell him something? Do they think they don’t need Rodgers to repeat in 2011? Um, we’ll assume that’s not the case.

Here’s what else is on tap Tuesday:

  • Still grumbling over the way big soccer matches are decided by penalty kicks? Thanks goodness for sudden-death overtime, right? What better opportunity for us to take a look at the best overtime games in NFL history.
  • As for Tuesday’s chat, the guru himself, senior analyst Gil Brandt, will check in at 1 p.m. ET to field your questions. Submit a question now.
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