The Green Bay Packers are entering a crossroads this offseason.
After a disappointing 8-9 season, the Packers will be looking at some tough decisions.
One player whose future is uncertain is quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
The 39-year-old quarterback is entering the final stages of his career, and he may be done in Green Bay.
Rodgers is still under contract with the Packers but a trade or his retirement are still options.
Dan Patrick seems to think that trading Rodgers is the best move for the Packers.
Despite being a Packers legend, it is time for the front office to make a tough call on Rodgers.
Every offseason they are walking on eggshells to see if Rodgers will return or not.
Plus, they drafted Jordan Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
It would make sense if they give Love at least one year as a starter before deciding what to do with him.
While trading Rodgers will cause some dead cap problems, it might be worth it in the long term.
He did have a down season in 2022, resulting in 26 touchdowns and 12 interceptions (second highest of his career).
Packers fans would understand moving off him now, especially with Love in the waiting.
Plus any team that wants Rodgers will have to pay a substantial price tag.
Green Bay should be able to recoup a decent number of draft picks to put help around Love.
All in all, moving off of Rodgers this offseason is a tough decision they will have to make.
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