Are Aaron Rodgers' days in Green Bay numbered?

Aaron Rodgers’s days in Green Bay are numbered?


The Green Bay Packers have opened the door to trade star quarterback Aaron Rodgers. 

That's what various unnamed sources in the NFL told the ESPN network. Moreover, financial motives would be at the origin of this desire to exchange the number 12. 

According to these same informants, the Wisconsin organization wishes to turn the page on the Rodgers era as she did at the time of Brett Favre in 2007 when he was sold to the New York Jets.

Moreover, these same sources reveal that the principal concerned would be well aware of the Packers' feelings in this situation.

Last week on the podcast The Pat McAfee Show,the 39-year-old said he is “open to all honest and direct conversations” with the Packers.

“A trade would not offend me and it would not make me feel like a victim,” he said.

Currently, the Packers have little room to maneuver under the salary cap for the next season since they will surpass it by $ 16 million in the event of status. what.

Additionally, they have several players who will be free as air during the offseason. They are wide receivers Randall Cobb and Allen Lazard, tight ends Marcedes Lewis and Robert Tonyan, as well as veteran kicker Mason Crosby.

Also, Green Bay must come to an imminent decision regarding the fifth year of quarterback Jordan Love, who would be worth approximately $20 million fully guaranteed by May 1.

The team had selected the quarterback during the Goodell Circuit draft in 2020.

Rodgers has completed the first year of a three-year, $150 million contract he signed last year with the team that signed him. drafted in the first round during the NFL auction in 2005. This agreement brings him $50 million per season.

During the last campaign, the former University of California experienced a more difficult season. He was victorious in eight of his 17 regular season starts. He had 3,695 passing yards, which was his career-low total, in addition to 12 interceptions.