Aaron Rodgers trade piece No. 1: Jerry Jeudy, WR
Arguably the biggest name being thrown around when discussing a trade between the Denver Broncos and Green Bay Packers involving Aaron Rodgers is wide receiver Jerry Jeudy.
The 15th overall pick in 2020, Jeudy had 856 yards receiving as a rookie and added 467 last year, although he did miss seven games due to injury. Even with his output not being up to expectations just yet, Jeudy is a highly talented receiver with the arrow pointed up.
As for his mention in the trade rumors, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic was one who proposed such a move, suggesting Denver gives up Jeudy, Drew Lock, and three first-round picks for Rodgers.
While the idea of offering Jeudy in a trade makes a lot of sense, especially if Green Bay believes they cannot keep Davante Adams, this proposal seems to be a bit much. Not only would Denver be giving up three Round 1 picks, but also a first and second-round selection in Jeudy and Lock.
Perhaps the Broncos can offer something similar but with only two day one picks included. But if Green Bay is intent on getting three first-rounders, Jeudy absolutely should not be included.
One of the main reasons A-Rod to Denver makes so much sense is that the roster is built to win now if they just had the right quarterback. They need to try and get that quarterback without depleting their roster too much while also limiting their ability to reload in the future as well.