Rodgers’ decision will likely have a ton to do with hos the season ended after the Packers got bounced from the playoffs by the 49ers, and a lot of people think he’s taken his last snap for the green and gold. Well, you can add Favre to the list of people who think Rodgers and the Packers will go their separate ways.
“I think we may have seen the last of Aaron in Green Bay. I don’t know that for certain. It’s just a gut feeling. He may try his hand somewhere else now.”
Of course, no one truly knows for sure, and although he isn’t ready to answer that question right now, he won’t drag it out because he knows his decision will have an affect on what DaVante Adadms does as well. Rodgers said that under no circumstances will he retire and then come back.
“One thing I would 100 percent not do is retire and then come back a year later. I don’t have any desire to do that. That makes no sense.”
Aside from his playing career, Rodgers also spoke on why so many people were rooting for him to fail against the San Francisco 49ers. The 38-year-old was on The Pat McAfee show and stated his stance on getting vaccinated was a major factor.
“There were a ton of people tuning in rooting against us for one reason, and one reason only,” Rodgers claimed. “It’s because of my vaccination status and them wanting to see us lose so they could pile on and enjoy and revel in the fact that my vaccination status was some sort of reason why we haven’t had success in the playoffs.”
The Packers, who last appeared in (and won) the Super Bowl in 2011, fell to the 49ers 13-10 in the divisional playoff game.
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