Aaron Rodgers is one of the biggest stars in the world of the NFL. The Green Bay quarterback has delivered sensational performances, season after season. This time around as well, he churned out fantastic numbers which prove that he is indeed one of the best.
However, it is a well-known fact that Rodgers loves to stay in the news, a habit that hasn’t really served him well. More often than not, at least in recent times, Rodgers has made the headlines for all the wrong reasons. His Vaccine lie and expert analysis on Covid treatment have landed him in a lot of trouble.
“I’m thinking about trading Aaron Rodgers”: Charles Woodsen
Moreover, a lot of speculations have surfaced regarding Rodgers’ future in the league. Recently, in the episode of “Good Morning Football” on NFL Network, Charles Woodson was asked about Rodgers’ future and his replies caught a few eyeballs. Charles stated that the Packers should look to trade Rodgers.
“From a fan’s standpoint, and someone who’s played with the Packers, organizationally I think you would want to see Aaron Rodgers back because you know how this league is,” Woodson said. “If you have a quarterback, you have a shot. You look at the teams that are in the Super Bowl now, they have a great quarterback.”
“But I’m just looking at the situation, and if I’m putting on my GM hat, when you say what are we going to do next season when I’m looking at the roster that we have, you know what? I’m thinking about trading Aaron Rodgers and seeing what I can get in return for him,” he further stated.
“Maybe I can get a quarterback to steady my quarterback room and get some competition for Jordan Love,” Woodson said. “I’m telling [Matt] LaFleur, ‘Hey, Jordan Love does not leave the building this offseason. We’re gonna get him prepared to play.’ Because when I look at the team and this defense, and the way that defense performed, they have a good team,” he added.
Woodson also stated that the Packers flirted a little bit with the idea of playing without Aaron Rodgers in the offseason so there is a possibility that they might trade him in order to build a team around other prospects.