Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers looks like his future is going to include some mentoring. But one former player claims that is something he is “miserable” at. The Packers traded up to select former Utah State standout Jordan Love with the 26th pick of the 2020 NFL draft — which means Rodgers is expected to mentor Love.

“I can’t think of a more miserable mentor than Aaron Rodgers,” Clark said moments after the Packers’ pick was announced live on ESPN's coverage.

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Ryan Clark never played on the same team as Rodgers. But he does have some bad beef with the future Hall of Famer which might contribute to some of these comments.

During Super Bowl XLV, Rodgers found Greg Jennings, who had beaten Clark, for a touchdown. When Clark retold the story about that pass, he said that Rodgers even got a little trash talk in.

“I’ll hate him for the rest of my life,” Clark said bitterly. “I hope his thumb and his pointer finger fall off next week and he can’t throw the ball.”

Clark could be bitter about that situation or have some inside information about how Rodgers in the locker room. But either way, he didn't mince his words.

Rodgers' mentoring is probably the biggest question about this entire situation. Is the veteran going to be a mentor to Love, or will there be a big rift in the quarterback room that is going to cause issues? The 36-year-old is the quarterback now, but could anyone really blame him if he doesn't want to help someone who will be eventually taking his job?