Aaron Rodgers To Patriots? Former NFL Player Speculates Wild Move


Reggie Bush seems to believe Aaron Rodgers’ days in Green Bay are numbered.

The Packers made a whole lot of noise Thursday night by selecting Utah State quarterback Jordan Love. Green Bay traded up four spots to land Love, who theoretically was brought on to be Rodgers’ successor.

Bush, like many others, couldn’t help but wonder what the Love pick means for Rodgers. After posing the question on Twitter, the former running back expressed belief that the eight-time Pro Bowl selection eventually will end up with the New England Patriots.

While you might initially want to brush off this hypothetical, maybe we shouldn’t entirely rule out the possibility of Rodgers ending up in Foxboro. The Packers at some point will want to see what they have in Love, and even if that’s not for a few more years, there’s no reason to believe Rodgers will be incapable of playing at a high level at that point. The likes of Tom Brady and Drew Brees are redefining the twilight years of a quarterback, and it’s easy to see Rodgers following in their footsteps.

That said, the Patriots, of course, aren’t going to sit around and wait to see what happens with Rodgers in Green Bay. Locking down the starting quarterback position surely is among New England’s top priorities in wake of Brady’s departure.

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