The Aaron Rodgers trade saga has been going on for a long time, just like the Aaron Rodgers choice timeline.
Rodgers said on March 15 that he plans to play for the New York Jets next season. This will be the end of his 17-year run with the Green Bay Packers.
Still, the two teams haven't come to an agreement on a trade deal, and each is playing a game of chicken.
Green Bay wants a lot in return for a quarterback who has won the NFL MVP award four times and the Super Bowl once.
Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports recently said on ESPN Milwaukee's "Wilde and Tausch" that Woody Johnson, the owner of the Jets, doesn't want to give the Packers the first-round pick that they want.
So, according to Robinson, the Packers want to trade Rodgers to the Jets for a second-round pick in 2023 and a sure first-round pick in 2024.
Also, if he quits after the 2023 season, the Packers would be ready to give the Jets a conditional draft pick in 2025.