Of all the potential landing spots for Aaron Rodgers, none would make more sense for the Packers than the Denver Broncos.
The Broncos are another AFC team and won’t be on the Packers’ regular-season schedule again for a few years. Denver also has a talented roster with a number of young players Green Bay could look to bring back in a trade.
If the Packers are going to actually trade Rodgers, they should do so with an eye to the future. An opportunity to rebuild around Jordan Love, and that would mean bringing in multiple high draft picks and potentially a player or two to build around.
The Broncos might not be willing to give up a first-round pick like cornerback Patrick Surtain II or wide receiver Jerry Jeudy, but we have to bear in mind that they would be trading for Aaron Rodgers. The reigning MVP. One of the best quarterbacks in the history of the game. The Packers wouldn’t trade Rodgers for nothing.
If the Packers could land a deal that included a few future picks including a couple of first-rounders, along with a player to build around like Bradley Chubb or Jeudy, it would be a trade that could make sense for both teams.