Aaron Rodgers’ darkness retreat is over and every sports analyst has had something to say about him and his impending decision.
The Green Bay Packers would reportedly like Rodgers back, but one analyst thinks it likely should not happen.
Joy Taylor was back on “The Herd” this week to address her reasons as to why Rodgers would commit fully to the Packers in 2023.
“He wasn’t committed last year. What’s changed about this year that is going to make him more committed to the Packers?” Taylor said. “It just doesn’t make sense to me that you would count on someone being a different human, having a different approach to life when none of the circumstances have changed.”
Taylor added that she feels the relationship between Rodgers and the Packers “feels like a divorce that has been very publicly happening for the past three years.”
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Rodgers left Sky Cave Retreats on Wednesday after he told “The Pat McAfee Show” he would spend four days in total darkness “to contemplate all things” and “make a decision that I feel like is best for me moving forward in the highest interest in my happiness.”
He and the Green Bay Packers have an important choice to make when it comes to the future of both the quarterback and the team. He could retire, return to the team, or demand a trade elsewhere.
If Rodgers stays in Green Bay, it’ll cost the team $59.465 million this season. If they trade him before June 1st, they would be on the hook for $40.3 million in 2023.
The most notable team hoping he demands a trade are the New York Jets who have been linked to him as well as Derek Carr, Jimmy Garoppolo, and Ryan Tannehill.
Rodgers has also indicated that he might decide to walk away. He has not yet spoken publicly since leaving the retreat.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.