It’s the offseason in Green Bay, so speculation is once again swirling around quarterback Aaron Rodgers’s future with the Packers.
His name has been mentioned with teams like the Raiders and Jets. Former Green Bay wide receiver Davante Adams made his feelings clear on where the Packers should trade Rodgers when he was asked which neighborhood Rodgers was moving. He responded with “mine.”
Unfortunately, if the Packers do decide to trade him, a deal may be hard to reach since the veteran QB is operating on a year-to-year approach, per ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler.
“Aaron Rodgers’ year-to-year approach to playing could complicate trade talks for the Green Bay Packers, several execs say, because it’s hard to trade hefty capital for just one year of Rodgers,” Fowler wrote. “Teams would prefer at least two seasons with him. One NFC exec floated a solution: Green Bay could make the draft picks conditional, with a sliding scale based on how long Rodgers plays. For example, a second-round pick turns into a first-rounder if Rodgers doesn’t retire after one year. It would take out some of the guesswork.”
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On Saturday, Rodgers had a funny response to Adams’s tweet at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament. Referring to Adams’s tweet, a fan called out to the quarterback, “Aaron, I heard Davante is looking for a neighbor, bro.”
“Tell him to buy me a house. He’s got that money now,” Rodgers replied.
He also stated earlier that he wouldn’t be taking his talents to the 49ers.
It is widely believed that the Packers will try to trade Rodgers after he led Green Bay to an 8–9 record and a third-place finish in the NFC North in 2022.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.