Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers attended a golf event and some fans yelled at him to come to Denver. Rodgers acknowledged the fans and responded "we will see."
Rodgers' future in Green Bay is uncertain and the Denver Broncos are believed to be one of the teams that would be interested in signing the quarterback. The Broncos have been struggling at the quarterback position ever since Peyton Manning retired after the 2015 Super Bowl win.
At the Waste Management Phoenix open, fans yelled at Aaron Rodgers “COME TO DENVER!”
Rodgers responded, “we’ll see”.
— Zac Stevens (@ZacStevensDNVR) February 9, 2022
The Broncos had Teddy Bridgewater at the starting quarterback position last year. Drew Lock also got some starts but didn't impress either as the Broncos missed out on the playoffs. It is not a surprise that the Broncos would be interested in looking for an upgrade over Bridgewater and Lock.
Rodgers plans to continue his career
Rodgers, 38, hinted after the Packers' playoff exit that he plans to continue his career but didn't confirm that he will stay in Green Bay. "I'm still super competitive, still know I can play at a high level, so it's going to be a tough decision," Rodgers said after the Packers' divisional round loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
"I have a lot of things to weigh in the coming weeks. But man, just so much gratitude for this city and this organization and such a long, long career here that I'm proud of and really thankful for all the men and women that work here, the men I've gotten to cross paths with, coaches and players over the years." Rodgers was visibly frustrated after the Packers blew a 10-3 fourth quarter lead and suffered a 13-10 loss to the 49ers.
"I didn't have a great night tonight," said Rodgers, who was 20-of-29 for 286 yards and was sacked a season-high five times. "They did a good job of kind of getting me off the spot, and a better job of taking away some of the quick game we got going last time we played them.
I missed a couple reads. I probably should have taken a couple hole-shot chances a couple times. Obviously, if I hit Allen [Lazard] on that deep in on the last drive, that probably gets us out to about midfield and then we're a couple first downs away from being in field-goal range. "So definitely disappointed by some of the decisions I had tonight. I definitely take my fair share of blame tonight."