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Aaron Rodgers raises questions about his future on Pat McAfee Show

Rodgers tells McAfee he thinks he can win MVP again, but won’t guarantee future in Green Bay.

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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers left his NFL future up in the air during his recent interview on the Pat McAfee Show after the end of the Packers’ season. A regular guest on McAfee’s show, Rodgers said that he had not made a decision on his future with the Packers, saying that he was going to take some time to consider his options going forward.

The Packers had a disappointing end to their season, with a clear shot at a playoff berth that was ended by a Week 18 loss to the Detroit Lions. Rodgers just wrapped up his 18th season with Green Bay, and told McAfee, “I really wanted to finish my career in Green Bay. A lot of people said I was washed, and then I won two MVPs in a row.”

“I think I can win MVP again in the right situation,” he continued. “Is that Green Bay or somewhere else? I don’t know.”

Rodgers signed a three-year, $150 million contract with the Packers in March 2022.