Aaron Rodgers had an absolute blast toying with fans during the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Green Bay Packers superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers could be traded this offseason.
Although he has spent his entire pro career in Green Bay, Rodgers seems to have worn out his welcome in America’s Dairyland. Though only a year removed from winning back-to-back NFL MVPs, Rodgers is pushing 40. However, the one team he has been tied to the most has been the Las Vegas Raiders. He would be replacing Derek Carr, as well as reuniting with Davante Adams.
Here is Rodgers absolutely toying with Raiders fans during the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Aaron Rodgers continues to mess with Las Vegas Raiders fans during pro-am
Truth be told, Rodgers would look good and would probably thrive playing for the Silver and Black. He is not afraid to speak his mind and would be a perfect addition for the NFL’s rebel franchise. While the Raiders have been a chaotic mess for the better part of the 21st century, Rodgers did cover up a ton of organizational inefficiencies during his illustrious career playing for the Packers.
Though the Raiders were a team he was somewhat tied to last offseason, the AFC West division rival Denver Broncos were the more likely candidate to get him. Denver moronically hired Rodgers’ former Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett to be their head coach. Whether it be clock issues or Mr. Unlimited in fact being limited, it resulted in the worst hire Denver ever made.
Overall, the Raiders would be a viable trade partner for the Packers. They could swap franchise quarterbacks with the Packers presumably picking up a bit more than Carr’s contract. Green Bay could reload, while Las Vegas can finally commit to excellence under its new regime. Of course, Rodgers bought land in Nashville. It is not like the Tennessee Titans are in love with Ryan Tannehill.
Ultimately, history is repeating itself in Green Bay. The Packers got out of the Brett Favre drama after the 2007 campaign, paving the way for Rodgers to take over during his fourth year in the league in 2008. That would be the same exact timeline if Green Bay were to move off Rodgers in favor of Jordan Love. However, Love is not anywhere near the prospect Rodgers was coming out.
Biases aside, Rodgers rocking a No. 12 black jersey for Las Vegas would totally move the needle.