However, other teams are watching the situation. The Packers' most recent contact was with the Tennessee Titans, and the San Francisco 49ers were rumored.
Could the Packers, who were allegedly furious with the Jets' low-ball offer, be posturing? Green Bay lost all power after Rodgers announced he would play for the Jets, and New York took advantage.
The sides are currently deadlocked. The Packers have offered trade concessions, but the Jets are apprehensive because Rodgers said he was close to retiring.
New York is reportedly hesitating to trade numerous assets for a one-season rental.
It'll break. A former NFL executive told NFL Analysis Network what would happen. This person thinks the Jets will cave first in trade talks.
“This will be close. Jets will move, Packers won't. I think Green Bay trades selection 15 for 13 and gets a second-rounder.”
The previous executive was right that this will be close. Given the status of each team, the Jets are under more pressure to make a transaction. They targeted Aaron Rodgers as their quarterback in the offseason. This offseason will be a disaster if they can't agree.