Rodgers: I'm 'having the time of my life' in Green Bay

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After an offseason filled with questions about Aaron Rodgers' future in Green Bay, it now sounds like there's nowhere else the Packers quarterback would rather be.

Rodgers praised his teammates and coaching staff during his weekly appearance on "The Pat McAfee Show" and said he's thankful to still be playing at a high level at 37 years old.

"I got my best friend in the league (Randall Cobb) back to go to work with every day. I got the funniest dude in the world to drive down to practice with every day in David Bakhtiari. I got a great coaching staff that I love," Rodgers said Tuesday. "I'm still in Green Bay and having the time of my life, and I get fun moments like this every single week.

"So, life is about perspective and I'm just daily counting the blessings that I have in life and just have so much gratitude for these moments."

The Packers have won six straight games following their Week 1 loss to the New Orleans Saints, which Rodgers acknowledged has a lot to do with his happiness.

"Obviously, winning cures a lot of that," Rodgers said. "We had a rough first week and the world outside the facility was kind of on top of us, and I'm just so proud of our guys to stay the course and to not panic and start pointing fingers and the other bullshit that usually happens when you have a dud like that."

Rodgers: I'm 'having the time of my life' in Green Bay
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