The Green Bay Packers remain adamant that they won’t trade Aaron Rodgers this offseason, despite the quarterback’s wish for a way out of his longtime organization. The two parties have reached a standstill in contract negotiations, leaving the future murky and the next step unclear.
While the situation continues in Green Bay, other teams around the league are biding their time to see what becomes of the partnership between the 2020 MVP and the Packers. No matter what happens, only a few franchises will have a realistic chance at making an offer for Rodgers.
ESPN’s Bill Barnwell said Sunday on SportsCenter that he sees seven teams as potential players in the bid for Rodgers this offseason. However, he named just three frontrunners: the Miami Dolphins, the Washington Football Team and the Denver Broncos.
Each of the aforementioned