Aaron Rodgers’s playing future has recently been a major topic of discussion.
This comes after the 38-year-old quarterback was eliminated from this season’s playoffs in a sad fashion.
He is now taking some time to consider his options moving forward.
There have been various possibilities discussed, including the possibility of the reigning NFL MVP remaining with the Packers or following Nathaniel Hackett,
his former offensive coordinator in Green Bay who is now the head coach of the Denver Broncos, to the Mile High City, according to reports.
There is also a possibility that he will decide to leave the team.
There has recently been some buzz about the possibility that the star quarterback would be open to joining a team that no one had expected to be interested in signing with.
It’s that time of year when every action Aaron Rodgers makes is scrutinized to the nth degree.
Rodgers has reportedly purchased land in Franklin, Tennessee, and is in the process of constructing a home there,
according to Jared Stillman of ESPN Nashville 102.5 The Game, who broke the news only moments ago.
Stillman also stated that Rodgers is “open” to the possibility of playing for the Tennessee Titans in the future.
In his subsequent remarks, Stillman stated that, according to a source, several Packers players believe he will not be in Green Bay for the start of the following season.
In a statement, Stillman stated that “according to various sources, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is building a home in Franklin.” ‘The second thing I’ve heard from a reliable source is that Rodgers would be ‘open’ to playing for the Titans.’
While Tennessee, and notably Nashville, is a desirable area to live in, this does not necessarily imply that it is a good place to do business.
Aaron Rodgers is a 38-year-old quarterback.
After all, who can blame him if he wants to settle down in Nashville during his spare time?
Nobody knows how long he intends to continue playing.
Tom Brady startled everyone by announcing his retirement at the ripe old age of 44, after having consistently stated that he will retire at the age of 45 for many years.
Rodgers may or may not have a clear plan in mind, and even if he does, it might alter at any time.
It’s likely that spending the past two seasons with coach Matt LaFleur hasn’t helped matters. In 2018, LaFleur worked as the offensive coordinator for the Tennessee Titans for one season.
It’s not difficult to envision LaFleur bragging about his time at the team, which may have a direct impact on Rodgers and his future ambitions.
The Titans have made it apparent over the past few weeks that they believe in Ryan Tannehill to be their starting quarterback going forward.
They must, however, investigate the possibility of trading for Aaron Rodgers if the opportunity arises.
Not to mention that the Titans are only a little more than $7 million above the salary ceiling for next season,
which can be readily accommodated considering that Green Bay’s quarterback would almost certainly want a salary in excess of $40 million per season.