Tom Peliserro Debunks Latest Rodgers Reports

In the past 24 hours, Aaron Rodgers’ narration had become fairly straightforward. We’re told there’s essentially a deal going on between the Packers and the Jets and we’re all just waiting to see if Rodgers agrees to that. This has been reported by almost every credible sports news source. But as is often the case with Aaron Rodgers, the credible news sources don’t seem right.

This morning, Tom Pelissero reported that essentially everything is still on the table for Rodgers as both sides wait to hear his plan.

“Despite reports to the contrary, the Packers and Jets have not agreed to the scope of a deal with Aaron Rodgers, sources say. Both sides continue to await news from Rodgers of his plans. If he decides to go to New York, the teams will work to negotiate a deal.”

It’s probably wise to listen to Pelissero, as the past few offseasons have been filled with pundits and reporters lining up to say Rodgers was done at Green Bay just for him to come back and play for the team. Rodgers, as he is repeatedly mentioned, has a very small circle of confidants. Only these people know his true intentions and anyone telling you otherwise is doing so without proper information.

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The fact that the decision is taking a little longer than many expected opens the door for questions. Does he really want to join the Jets? Is he really still thinking about retirement? If he wants to go to the Jets, is it about wanting other deals to attract people he wants, as Sauce Gardner implied?

Lifelong Jets fan and NFL Network host Rich Eisen even wonders why Aaron is taking so long.

It seems incredibly likely that, despite Peliserro’s report, Rodgers will still be a jet at some point. But as is often the case with the Hall of Famer, it’s wise to wait until we hear it from his mouth.


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