Aaron Rodgers has been quite the topic of conversation in the NFL over the past several seasons.
The back-to-back MVP has been surrounded by controversy, which spanned from his COVID-19 vaccination status to his standing with the Green Bay Packers.
Whatever the case may be off the field, Rodgers has continued to have success at the quarterback position.
As a result, if he does decide to leave the Packers, it appears that he is appealing to many other teams across the league.
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— The 33rd Team (@The33rdTeamFB) January 31, 2023
Lately, the most talked about destination for Rodgers is the New York Jets.
The Jets recently added Nathaniel Hackett as their offensive coordinator, a coach that Rodgers won two MVP awards with.
If Rodgers went to the Jets, he would get immediate upgrades at wide receiver and defense, but he would need to play Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills twice per year in the AFC East.
That fact alone could sour Rodgers’ opinion of the Jets.
Another possibility for Rodgers is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Tom Brady retired earlier this week, and the only quarterback that is currently on the Buccaneers’ roster is Kyle Trask.
The Buccaneers will look to upgrade from Trask at the position, and Rodgers could be a natural fit in this offense.
If all remains the same for the Buccaneers, Rodgers would have Mike Evans and Chris Godwin to throw to, a marked improvement from the weapons in Green Bay.
If Rodgers ends up moving on from the Packers, the sweepstakes in pursuit of him should provide for an entertaining offseason.NEXT: A Top Chiefs Duo Is Closing In On More Records