Blockbuster three-team trade proposal reunites Aaron Rodgers with Davante Adams

Could we see Davante Adams catching passes from Aaron Rodgers again?
Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams
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The Green Bay Packers were often accused of not giving Aaron Rodgers enough help. Sometimes, it was fair, but other times, it was overblown.

Last season, the New York Jets deserved similar criticism for not giving Rodgers adequate protection or a deep enough receiving corps outside of Garrett Wilson.

They have taken steps to change that this offseason. New York fixed its offensive line by bringing in veteran tackles Tyron Smith and Morgan Moses, along with first-round pick Olu Fashanu. They also added running back Braelon Allen and wide receivers Mike Williams and Malachi Corley.

New York has learned from last year and gone all-in this offseason, building a championship-level roster to give Rodgers a chance to make another Super Bowl.

The Jets' moves indicate they won't reunite Rodgers with David Bakhtiari, but how about Davante Adams?

Bleacher Report proposes three-team trade that reunites Packers teammates

Adams wants to win a Super Bowl. He left Green Bay to play with college quarterback Derek Carr, but that only lasted one season. With the Las Vegas Raiders not expected to compete this year, would a blockbuster move to the Jets make sense?

Bleacher Report's Kristopher Knox believes so. He proposed several three-team trades that "would turn the NFL upside down." This one certainly fits that description. Here is what Knox came up with:

  • Browns receive: Jets' third-round pick and T Tyron Smith
  • Jets receive: WR Davante Adams
  • Raiders receive: Jets' first-round pick, WR Amari Cooper

I mean, wow. That would be some deal.

New York would give up 2025 picks in the first and third rounds and tackle Tyron Smith, who they signed this offseason, to land Adams. Is it worth it?

It's certainly the type of all-in move that could help Rodgers win another title, although it would create a question at left tackle. Is first-round pick Olu Fashanu ready to start? If not, perhaps another Packers reunion with David Bakhtiari could make sense. That truly would be getting the band back together.

From a Packers fan's perspective, this would be fun. While we can safely assume this deal will never happen, wouldn't it be great? Watching Adams catch passes from Rodgers is entertaining, no matter which team you root for.

And it would make it all the sweeter when Jordan Love leads the Packers to victory over the Jets in Super Bowl LIX...

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