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Aaron Rodgers rumors: 5 most likely trade destinations

GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN – JANUARY 22: Quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Aaron Rodgers’ future has been a trending topic for months now, but is even more magnifying after Green Bay’s early playoff exit in the divisional round.

There is so much speculation if Rodgers has played his last game as a Packer. We are not even in the offseason yet, but there are so many rumors of teams that could be in the play for the 38-year-old quarterback.

With the low probability of Rodgers staying in the NFC through a trade, it’s expected that if he is dealt, it would be an AFC team.

Aaron Rodgers rumors: 5 most likely trade destinations

5. Tennessee Titans

The Titans enter the offseason with a disappointing loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in the divisional round of the playoffs. The Titans were the one seed in the AFC and could not even win one playoff game. Ryan Tannehill was atrocious, throwing three interceptions and falling to the Bengals despite Joe Burrow being sacked nine times.

Tennessee’s cap situation is not the best entering the offseason. The Titans are currently $7 million over the cap, but we have seen teams completely flip their cap space by moving money around in contracts. Rodgers landing in Tennessee would require a lot of things to happen, but the Titans are clearly a competitor and would be a very appealing spot for Rodgers.

Tannehill’s contract does not help the situation at all. In 2022, the 33-year-old quarterback has a $38.6 million cap number. The Titans are listed as the fifth most likely destination, but it would take a miracle for Tennessee to trade for Rodgers without tearing the rest of the roster apart.

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