Where will Aaron Rodgers play in 2022? Here are so
24 Jan 2022
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Where will Aaron Rodgers play in 2022? Here are some potential options originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers were eliminated from the NFL playoffs on Saturday night following a last-second loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
But this is just the beginning of another long offseason that will be filled with Rodgers drama.
Rodgers, who has a 11-10 playoff record with one Super Bowl win (and appearance) in his career, hinted at potentially skipping town in his postgame press conference. This comes after he reportedly requested a trade last offseason and held out of minicamp before eventually returning for training camp before the start of the 2021 NFL season.
Now, the 38-year-old reigning MVP could be on the move. Here’s everything you need to know heading into Rodgers’ uncertain offseason:
What did Aaron Rodgers say in his press conference?
The Packers quarterback was his usual self after the 13-10 loss. That is to say, he said a lot of words without really saying anything meaningful. We didn’t get any clarity on the situation, but we are able to infer that changes could be coming to Green Bay.
Here’s what Rodgers said immediately after the game:
“I'm going to take some time and have conversations with folks around here, and then take some time away and make a decision – obviously before free agency or anything gets going on that front. It's fresh right now. A little shocking for sure. I was hoping to have a nice weekend for the NFC Championship, to enjoy the lead-up and then start contemplating some things, so I haven't even let the moment really sink in yet.”
When asked if the disappointing final result would influence his decision-making this offseason, Rodgers was clear:
“Of course it does. But you know there are a lot of decisions to be made, a lot of players whose futures are up in the air. Definitely will be interesting to see which way some of those decisions go. But I'll have conversations with (GM) Brian (Gutekunst) in the next week or so and get a little bit more clarity. And think about my own future and how much longer I want to keep doing this.”