With everything that’s happened with Aaron Rodgers this offseason, it would be understandable for the star quarterback to be thinking heavily about his future.
Rodgers, the MVP of the league, did not report to Packers voluntary OTAs or mandatory minicamp. He eventually showed up for training camp, though many believed that he would either retire or be traded elsewhere.
If that happens, it won’t be until 2022. Rodgers and the Packers have agreed on terms for the 2021 season, with many speculating that it’ll be the quarterback’s last in Green Bay.
While that might be the case, Rodgers isn’t fully looking ahead to 2022. He said that would be unfair to his coaches and teammates and the rest of the organization.
“I think it’d be a disservice to maybe have more than half a foot in the future. I think you always gotta be thinking about where you’re at first and foremost,” Rodgers said Thursday on Mad Dog Sports Radio. “A friend of mine told me you never want two feet in the same area, past, present or future. I think there’s a lot of wisdom to that.”
“A friend of mine told me you never want two feet in the same area, past, present or future. I think there’s a lot of wisdom to that.”
— Mad Dog Sports Radio (@MadDogRadio) August 19, 2021
That’s pretty good advice for the superstar NFL quarterback.
For now, though, the Packers star is simply focused on getting ready for the regular season. Green Bay opens the year on Sunday, Sept. 12 against New Orleans.
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