Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has not yet committed to playing in the 2022 NFL season despite having a contract with the Green Bay Packers, but the rumors about his next team do not stop and more and more candidates appear.
According to the report of Mike Florio, of ProFootballTalk , Rodgers aims to reach the Denver Broncos, the Pittsburgh Steelers or the Tennessee Titans in case he does not stay in Green Bay since the player would have agreements to extend his contract when he is traded to those equipment.
According to NFL Network ‘s Ian Rapoport , the Broncos are the franchise most likely to acquire Rodgers. One of the plus points for Denver is that Nathaniel Hackett, a former offensive coordinator at Green Bay, is the team’s new head coach.
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The Steelers need a new quarterback after the retirement of Ben Roethlisberger; on the other hand, the Titans would improve at the position by putting Rodgers in place of Ryan Tannehill.
In 17 years as a professional, Rodgers has played 213 games, 206 as a starter and has accumulated 55,360 yards, 449 touchdown passes and 93 interceptions after completing 4,651 of the 7,118 shots attempted.
In addition, he has been invited to the Pro Bowl 10 times, has been a member of the first NFL All-Pro team four times and is part of the 2010 Pro Football Hall of Fame team of the decade.