The door has been opened for the Green Bay Packers to trade QB Aaron Rodgers.
This past weekend, it was reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter that the Packers and Aaron Rodgers are both aware that a trade is a “very real” possibility at some point this offseason.
This sentiment was also echoed by Ian Rapoport of NFL Network when he was asked on “The Pat McAfee Show” about the likelihood of a Rodgers trade.
“I think Green Bay likes what they have in Jordan Love, so if they got the right package, I think they could do a deal,” Rapoport said:
Peter King of NBC Sports took it to another level when he reported on Monday that not only are the Packers open to trading Rodgers but they have an asking price (at least two first round picks) and mentions the New York Jets as a team that is willing to meet the Packers demands:
This is all reminiscent of what Brett Favre did when his Packers career came to an end. After retiring and un-retiring, Favre was traded to the New York Jets in 2008.