Wide receiver Davante Adams told ESPN recently that his time in Las Vegas is "not what I wanted," implying the team hasn't had a winning recipe for the Super Bowl.
This comes a year and a half after Adams turned down the Packers' contract offers to help arrange a trade to the Raiders.
Adams expressed his unhappiness with his lack of involvement in the offense shortly after making those remarks.
Over the last three games, the perennial All-Pro has 13 receptions on 21 targets for 131 receiving yards and no touchdowns.
"People are probably asking themselves, 'Why is there a problem after they won the game?' "You can see why it's a problem," Adams remarked, as reported by ESPN. "
At this time, I think you guys should be aware of who I am and what I stand for. As a mental player, my standard is brilliance rather than victories and defeats.
I therefore anticipate being able to record that and have an impact on the game when I go out there.
That is the reason I am here. I came here to win and to do it the right way, not just to hang out."