Aaron Rodgers, according to Brett Favre, has played his final snap with the Packers.

Aaron Rodgers, according to Brett Favre, has played his final snap with the Packers.

Aaron Rodgers will not stay with the Packers, according to Brett Favre, who believes the quarterback will seek employment elsewhere.

Will Aaron Rodgers suit up for the Packers again?

Aaron Rodgers, according to Brett Favre, has played his final snap with the Packers.

Right now, no one knows the answer to that question, but everyone has a guess.

 

That includes Green Bay quarterback Brett Favre, who was replaced by Rodgers after a similarly long divorce.

 

“I believe we’ve seen the last of Aaron in Green Bay,” Favre remarked on Alabama’s WNSP-FM 105.5. “I’m not certain about that.” It’s just a gut reaction. He may now try his luck somewhere else.”

Aaron Rodgers is expected to leave the Packers, according to Brett Favre.

The concept of gut feelings became a recurring subject throughout that discussion.

 

When asked what advice he would give Rodgers as he considers his options, Favre responded, “If your instinct is telling you that you want to try your hand somewhere else, whether it’s gotten boring here, stagnant, or numb, then go give it a go.”

 

Even though the circumstances are different, Favre can connect to Rodgers’ predicament. After becoming a legend with the Packers, the quarterback debated whether or not to retire. He only took a few of months off before attempting a comeback, but by that time, Green Bay had decided to stick with Rodgers.

 

Favre agreed to a trade to the Jets after becoming frustrated with Packers management. He concluded his career with the Vikings in Minnesota.

 

It was weird to see Favre in a uniform that wasn’t the Packers’ green, but supporters had to get used to it. With Rodgers, they might have to get used to it all over again.

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