Rodgers insisted on Wednesday that he is not interested in the upcoming season turning into a farewell tour with the possibility of retirement, or that he will play for another team in 2022.
“I do not want a farewell tour,” the reigning NFL MVP said via ESPN. “I don’t know what’s going to happen after the season, but I’ll definitely enjoy it with the right perspective and not look at it while I get through this. I’m going to enjoy the hell of it all.”
Rodgers said he at times thought 2020 could have been his final year with Green Bay and knew his time was short when the Packers selected Jordan Love in the 2020 draft.
“And I thought, unless there was something in the season that really made me feel like I’m going to be here after 2021, that it might be my last year. I would not go into a year with some sort of … like a lame duck, as I said. I did not think it was fair to what I achieved and what I mean for this team, and nothing really changed in that regard. I went into the offseason that [it] could have been, ”he added.
“I’m glad I enjoyed every moment, I’m glad I was leading exactly the path I wanted to lead, looking for the conversations with certain guys who needed a pickup at different times. I took the headphones. of and enjoyed the surroundings and road trips and the time with the guys. Yes, it’s definitely a good template. “
Rodgers and Packers were on the verge of a Super Bowl berth last season. He led the league last season with 48 touchdown passes and added 4,299 passing yards.
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