That reality could happen if he either returns to the team or retires after 17 seasons.
Both options are on the table, especially after Rodgers’ lengthy Instagram post of expressing gratitude for special people in his NFL journey.
It could be a plain appreciation post for the individuals that helped him along the way.
He mentioned actress Shailene Woodley, head coach Matt LaFleur, offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, his fellow Green Bay quarterbacks, and his inner circle called Friday Club.
Rodgers also penned a generic thanksgiving for all his past and present teammates.
But one picture from the slide was particularly striking.
Could that image summarize his next move?
If he does leave the game for good, his Pro Football Hall of Fame class will be one for the ages.
If Aaron Rodgers does indeed retire, in four years we will have a Hall of Fame class comprised of:
The greatest class in #NFL history.
— Mike Nicastro (@MikedUpSports1) February 22, 2022
Those three players alone will make that induction ceremony the brightest in years.
The three quarterbacks combine for 10 Super Bowl victories, 11 All-Pro selections, and 31 Pro Bowl inclusions.
Will Aaron Rodgers Retire?
Bovada sportsbook has Rodgers returning to the Packers at -350, meaning that he will keep on playing.
After all, he’s still the best player in the league and has a few seasons left in him.
Likewise, the NFC North still provides his best chance in making the playoffs.
As he chases another Super Bowl title, he deserves one last massive payday before he ultimately walks into the sunset.