automatic tying machine，automatic tying machine，automatic tying machine，automatic tying machine，Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers addressed the media at training camp Wednesday and revealed that he considered retiring before deciding to report to the team.According to ProFootballTalk, Rodgers said retirement was "definitely something I thought about" amid rumors that he was unhappy with the organization and no longer wanted to play in Green Bay.Rodgers also discussed some of the issues he had with the Packers, including their reluctance to make him a part of big organizational decisions.Per ESPN's Jeff Darlington, Rodgers said: "The organization looks at me like I'm just a player. In my opinion … it should tie myself to more input."Rodgers has committed to playing for the Packers in 2021, but his future with the team remains uncertain beyond that.A report regarding Rodgers' frustrations with the Packers first surfaced on Night 1 of the 2021 NFL draft, courtesy of ESPN's Adam Schefter.According to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo, Rodgers said he expressed his issues to the Packers well before that: "This wasn't a draft day thing. It started with a conversation in February. I just expressed my desire to be involved in conversations directly affecting my job."Rodgers said he was not consulted before the hiring of Matt LaFleur as head coach or the selection of quarterback Jordan Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL draft, although he has gone on record many times regarding how much he likes both of them.The 37-year-old veteran took particular offense to the organization's treatment of some other players during his time in Green Bay.Per Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Rodgers said the Packers failed to retain "great locker room guys" and didn't give them "the respect their high stature deserved."Rodgers even named some of those players, including defensive end Julius Peppers, safety Charles Woodson, wide receivers Jordy Nelson and James Jones, and guard T.J. Lang, according to Silverstein.Garafolo noted that Rodgers also expressed dissatisfaction with the Packers not utilizing him more as a recruiter in free agency. Rodgers said Green Bay isn't a "vacation destination" and feels he could help attract more high-profile players.The Packers did make a move Wednesday in an apparent effort to appease Rodgers, reportedly acquiring former Green Bay wide receiver Randall Cobb from the Houston Texans.