Jets GM Admits Team Will ‘Go All Out’ To Trade For Aaron Rodgers

Jets trade rumors regarding Aaron Rodgers

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The trade rumors are really ramping up as Aaron Rodgers’ future with the Green Bay Packers is up in the air.

Davante Adams already hinted at his former teammate joining him with the Las Vegas Raiders. Now, the New York Jets enter the chat again.

According to Pro Football Network, the Jets general manager Joe Douglass claims that the team is “all in” on trading for Aaron Rodgers.

This is now the second time New York has expressed interest in making Rodgers their new starting quarterback. For that reason, they should be viewed as a serious candidate to land him.

Additionally, it’s a bit weird that these rumors could lead Aaron Rodgers to play for the Jets right? I mean, Brett Favre did the same thing too when the Packers pushed him out of Green Bay.

There are a lot of similarities between them. And if you’re the Jets, bringing in someone like Rodgers would be a brilliant move.

Especially considering how bad the quarterback play has been for so long.

The question remains, how much a team may have to give in order to acquire Rodgers? Russell Wilson cost the Denver Broncos a pretty penny. So that’s probably a good place to start when negotiating a deal for the Packers’ star quarterback.

Either way, look for these trade rumors to ramp up, as multiple teams are likely to express interest in Aaron Rodgers.