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For yet another offseason, the football world is awaiting whether Aaron Rodgers will stay with the Green Bay Packers or join another team.
He recently completed a darkness retreat in order to turn inward and seriously contemplate what would be in his best interest moving forward, and many have speculated that he has already played his last game for the Packers.
Greg Jennings, a former Packers wide receiver who played with Rodgers, listed his top five landing spots for the quarterback on Fox Sports 1’s “First Things First,” and one of them is a surprise team.
Aaron Rodgers’ 5 best landing spots, according to @GregJennings:
Where do you think Rodgers will suit up next season? pic.twitter.com/pluhZqaD59
— First Things First (@FTFonFS1) February 24, 2023
The San Francisco 49ers seem like a very unlikely landing spot, as Jennings pointed out the Packers likely won’t want to help one of their historical rivals, as well as the fact that the Niners would have to give up a considerable amount of draft capital for a man who may have only a year or two left in him.
The Washington Commanders are a surprise, but they do need a difference-maker under center.
They came close to making the playoffs this season, and they do have some nice pieces on offense that could be unlocked if Rodgers arrived and played at a high level.
The New York Jets have been heavily linked to Rodgers, although they may prefer to sign Derek Carr without giving up any assets.
The Las Vegas Raiders have also been linked to Rodgers ever since they released Carr, and they have plenty of firepower, including wide receiver Davante Adams, who was Rodgers’ favorite target in Green Bay until this season.
But in recent days, there has been a growing feeling that Rodgers will simply remain put, even though the Packers appear to be headed nowhere fast.
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