Aaron Rodgers' relationship with the Green Bay Packers appears to be disintegrating in front of the entire football world. The QB reportedly turned down a contract extension to stick around in Green Bay, prompting trade speculation to ramp back up. Rodgers may even go to the extreme and retire in order to force his way out of Green Bay.
Aaron Rodgers to Retire?
Now the entire league is wondering where Rodgers will play in 2021 and beyond. Odds for Rodgers' next team, available on FanDuel Sportsbook Colorado, provide insight on likely trade destinations if his Packers tenure is over.
Aaron Rodgers News
The long-rumored Denver Broncos are the frontrunner as a landing spot for Rodgers. They own +350 odds to be the next team Rodgers plays a snap for. Green Bay is still the favorite at -320 despite Rodgers' clear unhappiness, though it's hard to see anything they can do to fix things at this point.
Denver makes clear sense as a destination for the reigning MVP. This team is built to win now, boasting a revamped defense and talented receiving corps that features the likes of Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy and Noah Fant. Rodgers' arrival would give Denver the championship-caliber QB they currently lack with Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater.
The Las Vegas Raiders (+750) and Cleveland Browns (+1400) trail the Broncos by a considerable gap. They're followed by the San Francisco 49ers, New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots, all at +2400 odds.
NFC North rivals the Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears are considered +7000 longshots to trade for Rodgers.
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