The Green Bay Packers would reportedly entertain an Aaron Rodgers trade if offered at least two first-round picks.
The four-time NFL MVP, 39, is believed to be reassessing his future with Green Bay after failing to qualify for this year’s playoffs.
The Green Bay Packers would reportedly consider trading Aaron Rodgers if offered at least two first-round picks[/caption]
Rodgers is believed to be reassessing his future with the Packers after failing to qualify for the NFL playoffs this year[/caption]
However, Green Bay lost its poise in the regular season finale and Detroit left Lambeau Field with a 20-16 win.
After the game, Rodgers added fuel to the rumors of his potential exit, refusing to swap jerseys with Lions rookie Jameson Williams.
“I’m going to hold on to this one,” he told Williams.
The QB later said he could still send the wide receiver a jersey, “but there’s some special ones that I like to keep.”
Since then, Rodgers has been non-committal when asked about returning to Green Bay for another year.
NFL insider Adam Schefter has recently reported the possibility of the 10-time Pro Bowl quarterback leaving the Packers after 18 years is “very real.”
And NBC Sports reporter Peter King has claimed the franchise “would want at least two first-round picks” to consider trading the NFL legend.
King adds New York Jets owner Woody Johnson “would happily pay that freight, I’d guess”
The Jets are expected to pursue an experienced quarterback after Zach Wilson’s nightmare 2022 performance.
But New York is currently more than $2million over the salary cap, meaning the team’s front office will likely need to free up some money before it could bring in a new star.