It’s possible that Aaron Rodgers‘ time with the Green Bay Packers has come to a stop. The NFC North team is ready to move on from the quarterback, who has asked to be traded and has selected a former first-round choice to take his place.

Bob McGinn, a journalist who writes on the Green Bay Packers, recently reported that the team had effectively moved on from the veteran quarterback and that he will return to Green Bay solely as Jordan Love’s backup next season. It may come as a surprise, but rumors about the 39-year-old’s future keep piling up.

The quarterback is on the verge of making a choice about his future, so now is a good moment to consider the possible outcomes. Three potential destinations for Rodgers in the next season are listed below.

3. Tennessee Titans

Ryan Tannehill did a good job for an undefeated club, but he will be paid more than even Aaron Rodgers in 2023 if the Dolphins are eliminated from the playoffs in the first round again. he has A-undying Rod’s affection Mike Vrabel, who has been in playoff contention in the past, but has never had a quarterback of his caliber in his starting lineup.

To put it another way, LaFleur grew out of this group. Rodgers might need an attack built on the punishing legs of Derrick Henry and a more competitive division. The fact that Tennessee isn’t in prime position to pick a top quarterback prospect probably helps.

2. Las Vegas Raiders

Derek Carr, formerly highly regarded inside the club, will either be released or traded as a result of salary limit constraints and was likely already contemplating a change of scenery in the wake of yet another disappointing season. Meanwhile, Rodgers and the Raiders’ top investment, Davante Adams, have developed a rapport, and he’d be relocating closer to his West Coast home.

1. New York Jets

Any quarterback this offseason would be wise to consider the Jets as a potential landing destination. The Jets have a lot of promising young players and came within a decent quarterback’s arm’s length of making the playoffs last year. They’ve got Offensive Rookie of the Year Garrett Wilson and Defensive Rookie of the Year Sauce Gardner.

In addition, Breece Hall was a strong contender for that honor until he was injured at the end of October.