- Aaron Rodgers said he didn’t know whether he’d play in Green Bay this season while competing in The Match 4.
- The odds suggest he will remain in Green Bay for the start of the 2021-2022 NFL season, but it’s not set in stone.
GREEN BAY, Wisc. – Aaron Rodgers’ name has been in the headlines since it was reported he was frustrated with the Green Bay Packers organization and wanted to move on. On Tuesday he said that he wasn’t sure whether he would be playing for Green Bay at all this season.
Will Aaron Rodgers Leave The Packers?
Ultimately, it’s not Rodgers’ decision whether or not he stays with the franchise, but it is his decision whether he will actually take the field while still employed by the team. Sports betting sites seem to believe he will remain with the Packers despite Rodgers neglecting to confirm he will.
“I don’t know”
Aaron Rodgers when asked if he’ll be playing for the Packers this season pic.twitter.com/zoDZBSVH3R
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 7, 2021
Aaron Rodgers Team for Week 1 Of 2021-2022 Season Odds
- Green Bay Packers -150
- Denver Broncos +200
- Las Vegas Raiders +550
- New Orleans Saints +800
- Washington Football Team +1200
Rodgers has been noticeably absent from mandatory minicamp and voluntary workouts as it seems the reports are true that he is looking for a new team to play for. These odds have been available for a couple of months at this point and the one consistency has been that the Denver Broncos have been the most likely trade destination.
Those looking to bet on the NFL would likely be best off siding with the Packers while the odds are generous or going with the Broncos as the long-rumored destination.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.