AI created an Aaron Jones trade proposal the Packers can't refuse

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The Green Bay Packers could face a difficult decision with star running back Aaron Jones in the near future.

Jones has two years remaining on his contract, but the Packers may need to move on at the end of this season. According to Spotrac, Jones's cap hit rises to $17.72 million in 2024, and the Packers also added void years to his deal.

Releasing Jones at the end of the regular season is one way the Packers could create cap space.

Another is to trade Jones sooner than that.

If the Packers struggle in the first half of the regular season and fall out of playoff contention, listening to offers for their star running back would make sense.

Jones is still among the best running backs in the league and can help a contender. What could the Packers get back in a deal? We asked AI.

ChatGPT created an Aaron Jones trade proposal Packers couldn't turn down

We asked ChatGPT to create a hypothetical Aaron Jones trade. AI responded with an offer the Packers couldn't turn down.

ChatGPT had Green Bay trading Jones to the Baltimore Ravens with the Packers receiving a 2024 second-round pick and running back Gus Edwards.

Aaron Jones trade

If the Packers' plan is to move on from Jones next offseason, landing a premium draft pick in a trade would be a huge win. They would also add some running back depth with Gus Edwards.

Edwards is in the final year of his contract. According to Over The Cap, the Packers would pay $1.08 million on the salary cap by trading for Edwards.

He is an experienced running back, having rushed for 2,585 yards and 13 touchdowns in 52 career games.

Perhaps the Packers would prefer to just receive the draft pick to save the cap space, but that's the only potential fault of the trade ChatGPT came up with.

Baltimore would help its Super Bowl chances by adding a star running back.

The Ravens could have a dominant offense with Lamar Jackson at quarterback, Jones and J.K. Dobbins at running back, and a receiving trio of Odell Beckham, Zay Flowers, and Mark Andrews.

The Packers win by adding another second-round pick in next year's draft. If they could get a second for Jones, Green Bay would have to seriously consider it.

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