Joe Banner Makes Shocking Claims About Aaron Rodgers’ Resignation » FirstSportz

Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers is one of the biggest QBs in the game right now, which is why he was named MVP for the second year in a row. However, as soon as Rodgers’ season ended with the Packers, speculation about his future surfaced.

Some said he wants to move on to another franchise, while others said he’s asking the Packers a huge sum to stay on the roster. Finally, Rodgers cleared the air by accepting that he will continue playing for Green Bay in 2022.

‘It didn’t make sense to let him go’: Joe Banner on Packers’ decision to stay with Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers

Rich Eisen and Joe Banner discussed Rodger’s deal with the Packers and had an interesting conversation during the last edition of The Rich Eisen Show. Rich claimed that Andrew Brandt believes Rodgers would only commit to Green Bay year after year and vice versa, and asked Joe Banner for his opinion on the matter. In response, Joe claimed, “I don’t think that will be the case, that’s my guess. I don’t think it will be like the story we read about.”

There will be at least a few years with a guarantee that he will be there. However, I don’t think there will be a four-year extension. They might do it to look good and create a number that will thrill Rodgers and his agent and make big headlines,” he claimed.

At this point, I think he will retire at Green Bay,” he claimed. To which Rich added that a two-year engagement made sense. Joe also explained that Green Bay did the right thing by keeping Rodgers on the side when “there’s no point in letting go of it as long as it works.”

Joe added that Green Bay has done consistently well over the past few years and will depend a lot on Rodgers if they have to win the Super Bowl this season.

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