Aaron Rodgers doesn’t want to stick around for a rebuild. There are a few playoff-ready teams ideally suited for the future Hall of Famer.
Another Super Bowl is upon us, and Aaron Rodgers isn’t in it. The Green Bay Packers and their future Hall of Fame quarterback failed to reach the big dance again. We’ll have another off-season wondering what’s next for the greatest quarterback in NFL since Tom Brady retired.
Last off-season, leading every football show was the future endeavors of one, Aaron Rodgers. After a failed post-season, expect things to rinse and repeat.
Rodgers held a press conference after the disappointing playoff exit. One major takeaway was the Packers quarterback’s unwillingness to be part of a rebuild.
"“I don’t want to be part of a rebuild if I’m going to keep playing. So a lot of decisions in the next couple of months.”"
Naturally, most of this off-season will feel the same with rumors about Rodgers’s future. He’ll be a hot commodity for any team who feels they’re a quarterback away from playing in a Super Bowl. If Rodgers isn’t happy, he’ll need a team with a solid roster, especially on offense.
The baseline for a Rodgers trade was set by the Los Angeles Rams and Detroit Lions blockbuster trade. Last off-season, the Rams traded two first-round picks, a third-round pick, and Jared Goff to Lions for Stafford. So, here are the three teams who should trade for the Pro Bowl quarterback.