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At this point, it looks like if Aaron Rodgers doesn’t choose to retire, he’ll either play in Green Bay or New York next season.
But as the NFL world awaits a long-awaited decision from a future Hall of Fame quarterback, could a mysterious team be waiting in the wings?
That’s the scenario ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler brought up when he gave an update on the Rogers situation in a column published on Sunday. seems to be around
“But there are still many different ways this could turn out,” Fowler wrote. Another team could be lurking (some still think the Raiders will eventually be involved, but if you’re interested, it’s very quiet).
Comments made by Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis suggest Las Vegas isn’t interested in Rodgers. McDaniels claimed that the franchise’s goal was to get a quarterback who’s been in the organization for “a long time,” apparently taking Rodgers, 39, out of the equation.
However, some argue that Vegas could look back to recent history as a reason to pursue Rogers. only saw TB12 lead the Buccaneers to the Super Bowl in their first season in the NBA. The mission would be much more challenging for Rodgers in the loaded AFC West, but his four-time NFL MVP nonetheless proved to be a great stopgap until the Raiders find their next franchise QB. will be