Green Bay Packers Head-Coach Matt LaFleur speaks up about Aaron Rodgers’ future with the franchise

Green Bay Packers head-coach Matt LaFleur wants his superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers to stay at Packers till he decides to retire

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Aaron Rodgers

The Green Bay Packers led by Aaron Rodgers were defeated by the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Divisional Round which ended the Super Bowl hopes of all the people associated with the Packers organization.

Expectations were very high from this Green Bay team as they had been the best team in the NFL throughout the regular season and were the No. 1 seed in the NFC. This loss against the 49ers might have long-term implications for the Packers as the future of their Superstar Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is now in jeopardy.

Aaron Rodgers wanted to leave the Green Bay Packers before the start of the season and has been in all sorts of news throughout the season, He had a terrible game against the San Francisco 49ers resulting in their season-ending in disappointment which had looked very promising from the start and had Super Bowl written all over it.

“We’d love Aaron Rodgers to be a Packer till the day he retires”- Matt LaFleur

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Matt LaFleur and Aaron Rodgers

Matt LaFleur who is the Head-Coach of the Green Bay Packers says despite questions around the future of their quarterback, He hopes “Rodgers is a Packer till he retires.”

Rodgers during his postgame conference against the 49ers already said that his future is not clear yet as he will take time and talk with people who are a part of the Green Bay Packers organization and then come to a decision before free agency.

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Aaron Rodgers

The Green Bay Packers will face Salary Cap problems which may lead them to lose a lot of important players during the free agency which will definitely impact the decision of Aaron Rodgers.

Rodgers has already said that he will not be a part of the rebuild and will look to play somewhere else next season if he does not retire.

After a huge win against the Green Bay Packers, The San Francisco 49ers will now face the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game which promises to be an entertaining showdown between the best two teams of the NFC who have Super Bowl in their sights.

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