Aaron Rodgers Gives Jets And Titans Fans Hope With His Comments To Pat McAfee

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Every NFL fan is curious about two things when it comes to Aaron Rodgers these days. One, is he even coming back to play for another year? And two, if he does, where will he be playing?

On Tuesday, during his weekly appearance on on The Pat McAfee Show, Aaron Rodgers may have dropped a couple of possible hints that he might not be opposed to playing for the either the New York Jets or the Tennessee Titans.

At one point, Pat McAfee tried to get Rodgers to admit that the longstanding rumor that he bought land around Nashville is true, but he evaded actually answering (which means that he probably did because he didn’t deny it).

Rodgers did, however, go into how much he likes visiting there because Randall Cobb and David Bakhtiari both live down there and he has a lot of fun when he visits, which is something he says he did recently.

Aaron Rodgers also sounded a little miffed that the Packers are doing things this offseason without consulting him.

“It sounds like there’s already conversations going on that aren’t involving me, which are interesting,” Rodgers said.

At another point in the conversation, Rodgers was asked by Pat McAfee about Nathaniel Hackett, who was recently hired to be the offensive coordinator for the Jets.

McAfee wanted to know if Hackett getting a job somewhere sways his decision on what he will do next season if Green Bay decides to let him go.

“Love Hack. Hack’s my guy,” Rodgers replied. “I love him and Megan and the kids, they’re really special to me. We really bonded when he was in Green Bay. He made it fun. He made the room fun. He made the weeks fun. ”

On the other hand, should some NFL team decide to hire current Packers special teams coach Rich Bisaccia, Aaron Rodgers sounds like he might be interested in playing for him as well.

Rodgers isn’t kidding when he says Rich Bisaccia has coached everywhere.

In addition to handling special teams for the Packers and being the interim head coach for the Raiders, Bisaccia has held six other jobs in the NFL and nine different jobs in college football dating back to 1983.

Watch Aaron Rodgers’ entire segment on The Pat McAfee Show below…

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