Aaron Rodgers is one of the most popular quarterbacks in the history of the NFL. Ever since he was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the first round of the 2005 NFL draft, Rodgers has gone on to enjoy a stellar career. He is now considered one of the most successful quarterbacks in the league, earning multiple Pro Bowl and All-Pro honors, as well as being named the NFL Most Valuable Player twice. He is considered one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time and has led the Packers to multiple playoff appearances and a Super Bowl championship in 2010.

Sadly, Rodgers is in the later stages of his career. One of the biggest talking points as of late has been the rumors surrounding his contract. There are speculations that he may be traded or he could potentially walk away from the game.

However, ESPN’s Adam Schefter believes that the Packers won’t trade Aaron Rodgers to an NFC team. Rodgers also recently addressed the rumors about him being traded on The Pat McAfee Show by saying that his contract would have to shift.

“Definitely things would have to shift…. There would have to be some adjustments for sure.”

Aaron Rodgers is currently owed $60 million this season from the Green Bay Packers and he realizes that he may need to take a pay cut if he’s traded. However, he could end up pocketing his full salary if the Packers decide to pay a chunk of his salary that they would be dishing off to a new team.

If he’s traded, a few teams who could be waiting to avail his services in the AFC include New York Jets and the Las Vegas Raiders. We will have to wait and see what happens. Stay tuned to Thirsty For News as we bring you similar stories.

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