Since Peyton Manning retired, the Denver Broncos have had 11 different quarterbacks trying to find their franchise QB or just somebody that can compete with the talent pool in the AFC under center.
The team is reportedly trying to do whatever it takes to obtain Aaron Rodgers, but they are running into a problem.
According to NFL Network’s James Palmer, the Broncos have reached out to the Packers about Aaron Rodgers, but “nobody’s picking up the phone.”
Aaron Rodgers is still contemplating his future with the Green Bay Packers, having his choice whether to return to the only franchise he’s ever played for, move on to a new team this offseason, or retire.
The Hackett connection is interesting, since Rodgers had arguably his three best years when he was the Packers offensive coordinator. It seems that Rodgers is seriously thinking about making that move to the Mile High city.
He would join another multiple MVP winner in Peyton Manning who took his talents to the Broncos and it worked out for him when they won a Super Bowl.
Rodgers would love nothing more than to get back to the Super Bowl for the first time since he won it in 2011.