Rodgers previously iterated that he wanted to play his entire career in Green Bay; however, he’s become more open to discussing the idea since their season ended. He recently discussed the possibility on the Pat McAfee show, including how he would be open to restructuring his contract if he returns.
I will do some speculating of my own, as I’ve put together four realistic trade packages for Rodgers from four different teams.
If the Green Bay Packers are serious about trading Aaron Rodgers, here are four realistic deals they should consider making.
The New York Jets feel they are a quarterback away from competing in the AFC, and there’s no reason that quarterback can’t be Rodgers. King mentioned the Jets would love to acquire the four-time MVP. They also interviewed Nathaniel Hackett for their open offensive coordinator position–another possible Rodgers tie.
In this move, Green Bay gets the Jets’ top pick in this year’s draft plus wide receiver Elijah Moore. Moore was a second-round pick in 2021, but has already fallen out of favor with the team. Green Bay needs more dynamic, young receivers, and, perhaps, a change of scenery would help jumpstart his NFL career.