Back in October, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers sent social media into a frenzy when he was seen sharing a moment with Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin.
Colin Cowherd of Fox Sports once again mentioned the Steelers as a possible suitor for the reigning league MVP after the 2021 season is over.
“Aaron Rodgers and the Steelers. Keep your eyes on it,” longtime sports radio host Colin Cowherd said.
The news comes the same week Ben Roethlisberger told former teammates and some within the organization that he expects the to be his final season playing quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Steelers have Mason Rudolph next up, but his play on the field shows that he is not starting QB caliber in this league. Dwayne Haskins flamed out of Washington with his behavior and has yet to play a game for the Steelers, so the jury is still out on whether he could be the guy.
It would be the perfect fit for Rodgers to come and finish out his career in Pittsburgh while giving the franchise more time to find a younger replacement in the meantime.