Sometimes it benefits the employer to not be singularly focused on the bottom line to the point they are out of touch with those who matter most the employees
So, the Packers are at fault for exercising a clause in a contract to clear cap room? And they weren't supposed to do that because it might have upset the player? Seems if the player didn't want that, that is on them and the agent (and guess what.. the agent was fired).
Adams wants to be the highest paid WR. That will probably be $28M a year and what.. $60-70M guaranteed. They pay him to be the top WR, I'd say he stays (so, that hasn't nothing to do with the FO other than they don't want to pay him).
The rest of the drama is just Aaron Rodgers.
I think all 3 of these things are separate issues.