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Packers expected to consider trading Aaron Rodgers to AFC team in 2023 offseason, per report

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Aaron Rogers was admittedly unsure of his future in the NFL after the Packers’ 2022 season ended in week 18. The star quarterback later stressed that he would be willing to play elsewhere if the right opportunity presented itself. And now, with just two weeks left in the playoffs before the start of the off-season, Green Bay is expected to consider trading Rodgers. according to ESPN.

“It’s hard to imagine him retiring and walking away and handing over $110 million in guaranteed money,” Adam Schefter told SportsCenter on Tuesday. “So that means he’s either back at Green Bay or the team is exploring the idea of ​​a trade for him. Now Jordan Love is getting closer and closer to the game… (So) yes, one of those scenarios that the Green Bay Packers are expected to explore this offseason is an idea… they could part ways with Aaron Rodgers in the form of a trade.” .

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“That doesn’t mean it will,” Schefter continued. “But if he wants it and they’re on the same page, then it’s certainly realistic… And if they really go ahead and trade him, it’s going to be in the AFC.”

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Rodgers was only one year away from signing a three-year, $150 million extension with the Packers. He also went out of his way in his first post-week 18 appearance to single out Green Bay as his favorite home in the NFL. But Love, who briefly replaced Rodgers with an injury this season, is already heading into his fourth NFL season after the Packers made him their 2020 first-round pick. space for a salary cap after a disappointing 9-8 record in 2022.

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If the Rodgers and Packers decide to part ways after 18 seasons together, a number of AFC teams will likely be in contention for the four-time NFL MVP. Planes, Raiders, Titans and Patriots stand out as logical suitors: New York is preparing for the playoffs, but they clearly need the help of QB; Las Vegas is looking to trade Derek Carr, and last year acquired top target Rogers Davante Adams; Tennessee could walk away from Ryan Tannehill; New England is restructuring its offensive headquarters.




Source: www.cbssports.com

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