Aaron Rodgers is perhaps the best quarterback in Green Bay Packers history, but it looks like they’re about to finish him off.
Despite four MVPs to his name, the Rodgers trade rumors are intense and heavy.
And it seems the Packers would like to see Rodgers traded.
When asked if there’s a scenario where Rodgers stays in Green Bay, Packers CEO Mark Murphy had a great response.
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«Yeah, I mean, unless, if things don’t work out the way we want, yes, we would. He’s obviously a great player.» Murphy said, via WBAY.
The Packers have quarterback Jordan Love waiting in the wings, and it’s been reported that the Packers are ready to pass the torch on to him.
«They’re done with Rodgers,» former Packers hit writer Bob McGinn said last month. «He’s not coming back. I mean, they’re disgusted with him, and they’re done with him. And they’re moving on.»
Green Bay selected Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft as Rodgers’ replacement. Rodgers then won back-to-back MVPs. It was a good deal, but he definitely messed with the plans.
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Murphy added that the Packers trade Rodgers if he asks and confirmed that they gave the Jets permission to speak with the quarterback. Murphy also said there should be a resolution by the time free agency begins next week.
Murphy all but confirmed that a trade to New York is in the works.
«It’s a situation where I think we wanted to help Aaron achieve what he wanted, as well as help the Packers.» Murphy told WBAY when asked about giving the Jets permission to speak to the quarterback. «Hopefully, it will create a situation where it’s a win-win for both parties.»
Jets owner Woody Johnson, general manager Joe Douglas, head coach Robert Saleh and offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, who once served in the same role with Green Bay for Rodgers, visited Rodgers at his California home on early this week. The owner was reportedly «thrilled and pleased» with the meeting.
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AND Jets players, particularly Sauce Gardner, have been trying to draft the 2011 Super Bowl champion.