Aaron Rodgers’ future with the Green Bay Packers remains uncertain as we continue to wait for his decision on whether he wants to return to the only team he has ever known, or does he want to take his talent elsewhere.
Broncos legend Terrell Davis poured gasoline on the fire rumors regarding Rodgers possibly thinking about Denver as his next destination when he told FanDuel that he has “heard too many insiders” hinting that landing the veteran QB is a big possibility.
“Do you see Aaron Rodgers as the next Broncos quarterback?” Lisa Kerney of FanDuel asked Davis on More Ways to Win.
“I do,” he responded. “I’m not playing. I’m serious. I’ve heard from too many insiders, too many sources — it makes too much sense for us not to get Aaron Rodgers. That’s the talk of Denver. I’m in Denver now so I hear the daily talk… It sounds like that is the most likely scenario.”
The Hackett connection is interesting, since Rodgers had arguably his three best years when he was the Packers offensive coordinator. Rodgers has completed 67.1% of his passes for 12,416 yards with 111 touchdowns to just 13 interceptions for a 109.2 passer rating with Hackett.
Rodgers won two MVP awards with Hackett and became the first player to be a repeat winner of the MVP award since Peyton manning in 2008 and 2009 and his four MVP awards are the second-most in NFL history.
Not only that, his personal life has changed a lot as he and longtime girlfriend Shailene Woodley have called off their engagement after less than two years together.