Where will Aaron Rodgers play in 2022? Six teams that could be Green Bay trading partners – The Athletic

Aaron Rodgers strolled into Lambeau Field on Tuesday morning, officially ending his out-of-season squad, dispelling any speculation he could be traded before the start of the 2021 season.

But what Rodgers’ return to Green Bay will not do, even amid several reports that he and the Packers are approaching an agreement on a restructured contract, is to prevent the rest of the NFL from wondering where Rodgers will play next year.

Of course, there is a possibility that things are going so well for the Packers this year that Rodgers’ complaints will be forgotten and he will happily return in 2022 and maybe even end his career at Green Bay. That feels unlikely given how long this gap between the quarterback and the organization has been brewing and how big it seems to have grown in recent months.

So now other NFL teams can realistically consider adding Rodgers, probably through a trade, as part of their long-term quarterback plans. Here are six who could find themselves able to trade for Rodgers in 2022.

Denver Broncos

The Broncos were the Internet favorite to land Rodgers this offseason. And outside of a massive leap from either Drew Lock in his third season or a playoff appearance behind Teddy Bridgewater, it’s hard to see a scenario where the Broncos are not active in the quarterback market again next season.

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