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Aaron Rodgers discusses NFL retirement: ‘I don’t want to be a firecracker’

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Wisconsin, United States /

Could it be that we are watching the last matches of a legendary career? With 17 years in the NFL playing for the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers contemplates retirement at the end of this season, with his team already installed in the Playoffs to find what would be the second Super Bowl ring for the quarterback.

With an open dispute with the general manager of the organization when they disagree on the way to carry out the selection of talent and the restructuring of contracts, Rodgers had declared that he was not closed to play for another franchise the next campaign, but now the option to retire seems real, at least he declared so.

I would not rule it out (retirement). What I don’t want is to be a firecrackerKnowing that I am capable of still playing is important to me, “the 10-time Pro Bowl nominee said in an interview with Bleacher Report.

Aaron Rodgers records in Green Bay

With his entire professional career in Wisconsin, the graduate of the University of California owns many of the largest brands in Green Bay history, including being the quarterback with most touchdown passes with 445, only beating the great Brett Favre on Christmas Day, who reached 442.

Rodgers is also the only player in the history of the Packers with 17 seasons in the franchise and 10 Pro Bowl selections, including this 2021-2022.

Where will Aaron Rodgers play in 2022?

Although the possibility of retirement exists, specialized media in the United States speak that the Pittsburgh Steelers could be Aaron Rodgers’ next team, under the understanding that Ben Roethlisberger will say goodbye to the grills.


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