Aaron Rodgers: "I'm Not Going To San Fran"
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers ruled out San Francisco as a potential landing spot. "I'm not going to San Fran," Rodgers stated while speaking at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, and it comes after the signal-caller finished the year with 3,695 yards, 26 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions, a decline from the previous season. It's unknown what the future holds for the 39-year-old, although it's possible he could remain in Green Bay or call it quits altogether. Several teams are also interested in acquiring his services, so it will surely be an intriguing offseason in the months ahead.Feb 2 · Source via Packers Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers Addresses Latest Trade Rumors, Jets' Nathaniel Hackett Hire
During the first round of Aaron Rodgers trade rumors, the source rarely provided insight about his situation. With Rodgers now having a weekly radio spot, his status is never far off the radar. The 18-year Packers quarterback had more news to address Tuesday. A weekend report from ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter indicated the Packers would prefer […]Jan 31 · Pro Football Rumors Packers Jets Aaron Rodgers
Jets Have Three Quarterbacks On Their List
The New York Jets will be upgrading at the quarterback position in 2023. The hire of Nathaniel Hackett as the new offensive coordinator fueled speculation about a potential trade for Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The Jets will surely look into Rodgers and they will also look closely at San Francisco 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo and Las Vegas Raiders QB Derek Carr, according to sources. They won't limit their search to just those three QBs, but it's where they will start. Of the three, Garoppolo is the only one that will be a free agent in March, but he has plenty of injury concerns. The Raiders will have to cut Carr if they can't agree to trade him before $40.4 million in guarantees kick in early next month. Trading for Rodgers would require sending the Packers at least two first-round picks.Jan 29 · Source via Raiders 49ers Packers Jets Derek Carr Jimmy Garoppolo Aaron Rodgers
Packers Prefer To Trade Aaron Rodgers?
An offseason trade of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers remains an option for a variety of reasons, and league sources believe that the Packers actually would prefer to trade him, just as they once did with Brett Favre late in his career. The same sources believe that Rodgers is well aware of the franchise's feelings on the situation. The future Hall of Fame QB remains undecided on his playing future yet again but also said a trade "wouldn't offend me, and it wouldn't make me feel like a victim." Green Bay is currently projected to be more than $16 million over the 2023 salary cap, and they have plenty of impending free agents. Rodgers is guaranteed $59.5 million in 2023 and another $49.25 million in 2024. A Rodgers trade would allow Jordan Love to jump into the starting role under center, while a change of scenery could boost Rodgers' fantasy appeal to end his career.Jan 29 · Source via Packers Aaron Rodgers
Latest On Packers, Aaron Rodgers
The first two rounds of this long-running Aaron Rodgers-Packers drama produced fireworks — particularly in the 2021 offseason — but no separation. Although Rodgers headlines have been an NFL constant for the past three years, round three is upon us. After two years of Rodgers and the Packers standing down and finding common ground, the […]Jan 25 · Pro Football Rumors Packers Aaron Rodgers
Packers Won't Trade Aaron Rodgers Within NFC
The Green Bay Packers could explore trading quarterback Aaron Rodgers this offseason, but they will not trade him within the NFC Conference. Rodgers is also considering retirement for the third straight season after missing the postseason following his three-year, $150 million contract extension. The 39-year-old future Hall of Famer doesn't have a no-trade clause in his contract either, so the Packers won't need his direct permission to trade him, at least contractually. Green Bay will be up against the salary cap in 2023 and would free up around $60 million if they trade Rodgers. While he doesn't have a full no-trade clause, the Packers would likely work with Rodgers and trade him to a team that he approves. The New York Jets and Las Vegas Raiders would make the most sense in the AFC.Jan 24 · Source via Packers Aaron Rodgers
Jets A Potential Landing Spot For Aaron Rodgers?
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on Saturday that there's a possibility the Green Bay Packers trade quarterback Aaron Rodgers this offseason. Rodgers' salary cap numbers the next two seasons combined are $48.3 million, which is manageable, but the Packers will likely want at least two first-round picks in return. New York Jets owner Woody Johnson already said he won't spare expenses to land a veteran QB if the opportunity presents itself. It would likely come down to Rodgers accepting a trade to New York, but he could be persuaded if the Jets hire his former offensive coordinator, Nathaniel Hackett. The 39-year-old future Hall of Famer struggled in 2022, but he'd be a bit more interesting with a move to a Jets team that has more explosive offensive pieces already in place.Jan 24 · Source via Packers Jets Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers Could Be Traded This Offseason
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is coming off of a down year and reportedly could be traded this offseason. Although retirement and a return to Green Bay remain viable options for the 39-year-old, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that both Rodgers and the Packers are aware that a trade is a "very real scenario". Rodgers signed a three-year extension with Green Bay last March and still has $110 million remaining on his contract, but there will surely be teams interested in acquiring the four-time league MVP.Jan 21 · Source via Packers Aaron Rodgers