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2 Words Used To Describe Aaron Rodgers’ Latest Mindset

Green Bay Packers v New Orleans Saints

Green Bay Packers v New Orleans Saints

We’re now into the second full week of Aaron Rodgers offseason drama, and it doesn’t look like we’ll be finished any time soon.

Rodgers remains unhappy with the Green Bay Packers organization, and the team is still insisting, at least publicly, that it has no intention of trading the star quarterback. There’s been no movement really on either side.

On SportsCenter this morning, ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler said the Packers are trying to work things out, but Rodgers is remaining firm in his stance.

“The Packers are still actively looking for solutions here; they’re trying to keep an open line of communication with Aaron Rodgers and his agent, Dave Dunn,” Fowler said, via Bleacher Report. “So, no traction in the short term. But many people around the league believe Aaron Rodgers is indeed ‘dug in,’ and there’s a belief by some that he

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Anonymous NFL Exec Floats Blockbuster Aaron Rodgers Trade

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers against the Bucs.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers against the Bucs.

Just because the Packers don’t want to trade QB Aaron Rodgers now doesn’t mean their minds can’t be changed. And one anonymous NFL executive has floated a trade idea that fans might find very interesting.

Appearing on SportsCenter over the weekend, ESPN NFL insider Jeremy Fowler revealed details of a talk he had with an executive who suggested a unique Packers-Seahawks trade. The executive floated the idea of the Packers swapping Rodgers to Seattle for Russell Wilson.

“Now here’s a complete wild card in Seattle…” Fowler said, via Bleacher Report. “One exec I talked to floated Seattle, just because John Schneider, the GM, has long-standing ties in Green Bay, and it’s clear he’s been unafraid to talk about Russell Wilson’s future with other teams as a potential trade. He talked to Cleveland a few years ago, has flirted with

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NFL World Reacts To Aaron Rodgers, Raiders Speculation

Aaron Rodgers walks off the field in San Francisco during NFC Championship Game.

Aaron Rodgers walks off the field in San Francisco during NFC Championship Game.

A Sunday morning report from ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler connected a disgruntled Aaron Rodgers to the Las Vegas Raiders, much to the surprise of NFL fans. As the 37-year-old’s frustrations the Green Bay Packers continue to grow, it’s possible that Jon Gruden could become the top suitor for the 2020 MVP.

“[Aaron Rodgers] is reportedly intrigued by the Raiders as well, so they have to be on this list,” Fowler said on SportsCenter on Sunday. “They’re happy with Derek Carr; nothing’s going on right now, and they very well could extend Derek Carr sometime soon. But the Raiders look into every single quarterback situation. … They looked at past free agents or trade options. So, Jon Gruden is sort of always lurking. You can’t discount them.”

Rodgers looked as sharp as ever on the way

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Aaron Rodgers Is Reportedly ‘Intrigued’ By 1 AFC Team

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers warms up prior to the game against the Carolina Panthers

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers warms up prior to the game against the Carolina Panthers

Aaron Rodgers has instantly become one of the most sought after quarterback options around the NFL after reports emerged late last week that he was frustrated with the Green Bay Packers. However, the 2020 MVP reportedly has his own set of teams that he might be interested in.

According to Pro Football Talk, the 49ers, the Broncos and the Raiders are all on Rodgers’ early “wish list.” But, in a SportsCenter appearance on Sunday morning, ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler said that one of those destinations “intrigues” the 37-year-old quarterback: Las Vegas.

Here’s more from Fowler:

[Aaron Rodgers] is reportedly intrigued by the Raiders as well, so they have to be on this list. They’re happy with Derek Carr; nothing’s going on right now, and they very well could extend Derek

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