Aaron Rodgers is someone that always sparks rumors around the NFL. Over the past three seasons, it has always felt like his status with the Green Bay Packers was up in the air. However, on every single occasion, Rodgers has remained with the franchise. Needless to say, he has developed into the boy who cried wolf. That said, the rumors have started all over again, and now, it seems like the Packers are the ones ready to move on. Overall, they did not make the playoffs this year, and they seemingly want to test out Jordan Love for a year.
With all of this being said, it has been rumored that Rodgers could be on his way to the New York Jets. Additionally, there are reports suggesting that the Tennessee Titans, San Francisco 49ers, and Las Vegas Raiders are all viable options for him. At the end of the day, he is a legendary quarterback, and all of these teams would be upgrading if they somehow got Rodgers. However, at least one of these teams appears to be out on the Rodgers sweepstakes.
Aaron Rodgers Speaks
While participating in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am this week, Rodgers was asked a very pertinent question while teeing off. This led to a pretty funny soundbite from Rodgers, who simply said "not going to San Fran." Simply put, the 49ers are not getting him. Of course, this would be the ultimate full circle moment as Rodgers fully expected the Niners to draft him. Instead, they took Alex Smith. Regardless, this is unfortunate for the 49ers. Brock Purdy is going to be out for an entire season. Additionally, Jimmy Garoppolo won't be returning to the team. Lastly, Trey Lance is still unknown, which means Rodgers would have been perfect as a transition quarterback. Although, this scenario simply isn't in the cards.
The NFL offseason is definitely going to be a lot of fun. There is expected to be a ton of quarterback movement, and Rodgers will likely be part of that. Overall, there should be some great storylines to follow. Let us know where you think Rodgers should go, in the comments down below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for more news from around the sports world.