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PFT’s Mike Florio reports Aaron Rodgers is deciding between the Packers, Broncos, Steelers, and Titans.

Retirement appears to be off the table, and Rodgers seems committed to continue his playing career after back-to-back MVPs. As Florio puts it, the Packers already have potential trades laid out with the other three AFC teams if Rodgers decides he doesn’t want to stay in Green Bay. A decision sounds like it should be on the horizon, and it certainly needs to be done before the start of the new league year on March 16. The Packers are still the favorite here, but Rodgers has the ball in his court.
 

 

 

the titans have a deal on the table for Aaron Rodgers? 
 

interesting.

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Every time a free agent or trade blocked player has a list of probable destinations floated by someone supposedly in the know, you can bet that at least one phantom team, and maybe more, are on that list.    I'm sure GB is happy to have it out there that two teams besides the obvious Denver are in the running, for whatever real or imagined leverage it'll give them.  

I'm sure most agree, but after many months of this drama, I'm just whatever, wake me up when it's done.  

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10 hours ago, DerrickHenrysCleats said:

PFT’s Mike Florio reports Aaron Rodgers is deciding between the Packers, Broncos, Steelers, and Titans.

Retirement appears to be off the table, and Rodgers seems committed to continue his playing career after back-to-back MVPs. As Florio puts it, the Packers already have potential trades laid out with the other three AFC teams if Rodgers decides he doesn’t want to stay in Green Bay. A decision sounds like it should be on the horizon, and it certainly needs to be done before the start of the new league year on March 16. The Packers are still the favorite here, but Rodgers has the ball in his court.
 

 

 

the titans have a deal on the table for Aaron Rodgers? 
 

interesting.

Florio seems to just make click-bait articles.. the article says Per a source with knowledge of the situation, so nobody ... Rodgers has specific deals lined up with other teams .. then says The destinations are believed to be ... its just speculation and click bait material. on the Pat Mcafee show they break down how these stories are 99% BS.. he's the one pushing Brady 9ers stories.. as much as i want Rodgers news these destinations have all been said for weeks/months.. just gonna wait till he drops it himself.

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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Packers signed Aaron Rodgers to a four-year, $200 million contract. 

The all-consuming drama is over for now. Rodgers, a four-time NFL MVP, becomes the highest paid player in league history with $153 million guaranteed over his new four-year deal. Rodgers, 38, will be in his early-40s if he finishes out the contract. He'll likely end his career in Green Bay. Rodgers returning to the Packers is almost a guarantee that Davante Adams will re-sign with the team. QB-hungry teams like the Broncos, meanwhile, will have to look elsewhere this off-season. The Packers will headed in 2022 with their two most important players accounting for a huge chunk of their salary cap. The Jordan Love era has been put on hold. 

Mar 8, 2022, 11:29 AM ET
 
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Next news cycle: Rumor has it the Broncos are hiring Jordan Love's barber as their next QB coach. Elway showed up to the interview four hours late, hung over as f--- and missing an eyebrow but the interview was great and they quickly came to terms on an agreement. His job is secure long term... Provided Jordan Love is traded to Denver.

 

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12 minutes ago, Spyplane said:

Next news cycle: Rumor has it the Broncos are hiring Jordan Love's barber as their next QB coach. Elway showed up to the interview four hours late, hung over as f--- and missing an eyebrow but the interview was great and they quickly came to terms on an agreement. His job is secure long term... Provided Jordan Love is traded to Denver.

 

 

44 minutes ago, The G Man said:

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Packers signed Aaron Rodgers to a four-year, $200 million contract. 

The all-consuming drama is over for now. Rodgers, a four-time NFL MVP, becomes the highest paid player in league history with $153 million guaranteed over his new four-year deal. Rodgers, 38, will be in his early-40s if he finishes out the contract. He'll likely end his career in Green Bay. Rodgers returning to the Packers is almost a guarantee that Davante Adams will re-sign with the team. QB-hungry teams like the Broncos, meanwhile, will have to look elsewhere this off-season. The Packers will headed in 2022 with their two most important players accounting for a huge chunk of their salary cap. The Jordan Love era has been put on hold. 

Mar 8, 2022, 11:29 AM ET
 
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The Jordan Love era is dead

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I loved the blurb about the Packers should now trade Jordan Love to a team looking for a decent QB. Love is a decent QB? I thought he has been awful in his limited starts and pre-season work. Of course, there is still a potential ceiling Love hasn't reached, but it is a stretch to say Love is a decent QB. Love is a shot worth taking for a bunch of teams out there, but the Packers probably won't get anything close to the 1st round pick value they spent on him.

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12 hours ago, devaster said:

I loved the blurb about the Packers should now trade Jordan Love to a team looking for a decent QB. Love is a decent QB? I thought he has been awful in his limited starts and pre-season work. Of course, there is still a potential ceiling Love hasn't reached, but it is a stretch to say Love is a decent QB. Love is a shot worth taking for a bunch of teams out there, but the Packers probably won't get anything close to the 1st round pick value they spent on him.

He's really young but was caught up in all that Rodgers/Packers bullshit drama. Its difficult to get an accurate read on what he is but its easy to write him off if you want to go on very limited information. 

What we know for sure is that the Packers traded up to get him because they liked him and heard other teams would take him before he got to them in the second round. That likely means there's still a market for the guy and he has two seasons left on that contract to audition for a new one. That's a fairly cheap deal for a team who has no real better prospects outside burning a top ten draft pick (if they have one) on a risky boom or bust selection. A team like the Steelers or Titans or Falcons might consider him a decent risk/reward bet or not. We'll find out shortly. 

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On 3/9/2022 at 6:44 PM, lolcopter said:

Trading up to get a player means absolutely nothing. Love has already shown he was well over drafted. No team is going to part with anything above a second day pick to obtain him.

If he's an average QB, he'll definitely get a starting gig in the NFL.

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