After three seasons in the NFL, there are still as many questions surrounding Jordan Love‘s future as there were when he was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in 2020.

Since Aaron Rodgers, the NFL’s best quarterback, was awarded a contract extension earlier this summer, Utah State’s former quarterback has been sitting behind him.

As a backup to Aaron Rodgers in the Packers’ offense, he has passed for 411 yards, two touchdowns, and three interceptions in six appearances and one start.

What it would take for Green Bay Packers to trade Jordan Love

Despite the Packers’ insistence that moving Jordan Love is not an option, NFL Insider Ian Rapoport speculated on the possibility of trading him for a second- or third-round pick on The Pat McAfee Show.

“The problem is, his value as a backup is real. That is an important thing. I guarantee someone would trade a fifth-rounder for Jordan Love, I’m sure somebody would trade a fourth-rounder for Jordan Love. But is that enough for the Packers, God forbid something happens to Aaron Rodgers, is that enough for the Packers to say ‘you know what, we’ll do this, we’ll figure it out later?'”

Ian Rapoport on Pat McAfee Show