The Green Bay Packers are still waiting to hear quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ intentions for next season, as he is “really torn” about his future, according to NFL Network.
At 38, Rodgers still has one season left on his contract, but he’s already expressed his desire to leave Green Bay in the past. Rodgers, however, still seems undecided.
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According to NBC affiliate site Pro Football Talk, the Pittsburgh Steelers, Denvers Broncos and Tennessee Titans are possible destinations for the quarterback.
The ESPN network mentions for its part that the Packers do not yet have any scenario on the table for a possible transaction.
Drafted in 2005 by the Packers, Rodgers totaled 213 regular season games in the uniform of this team.
He is 10th in NFL history with 55,360 passing yards.
The quarterback once won the Super Bowl in Green Bay in February 2011.