Robert Salle meets the media again, and Aaron Rodgers questions are few and far between

On Tuesday, Jets coach Robert Saleh surprised everyone (except Aaron Rodgers) by saying Rodgers was an “unexcused” absence for mandatory minicamp. Salah was not asked about the “critical event” that caused Rodgers to choose something else during a mandatory workday.

Salah He returned to the stage on Wednesday. It took a while to get to the elephant in the room. When Saleh was finally asked about Rodgers, he got three questions.

Did you talk to Aaron yesterday or today? “No, I’m not.”

Tyrod Taylor (who has run the offense in Rodgers’ absence) found out what he was missing yesterday. Why is that? “It’s a one-on-one conversation [with Rodgers]It’s not something the team needs to know.

Does Aaron know his absence from the team is unforgivable? “Aaron and I are on the same page. There was no problem between Aaron and his teammates on that matter. So, as I said, we addressed yesterday. It’s an issue for everyone outside the building rather than inside it, that’s about it. (Of course, some of the players in the locker room who didn’t know Rodgers and didn’t make it to mandatory minicamp until yesterday must be wondering what’s going on.)

Surprisingly, Saleh was not asked the most pertinent question. Where is Rodgers?

If he decides that something else is more important than showing up to two mandatory work days, what is it? It may be objectively plausible that he chooses not to work rather than to work. Or maybe it isn’t.

It’s impossible to make that assessment if the Jets don’t say where he is — and the supposed Big Apple media crowd won’t ask the simple and most obvious question of all of them.

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