NFL: The. Aaron Rodgers era for the New York Jets is fully underway. The Jets have even started their training camp a week early due to being featured on Hard Knocks this year. Unfortunately, the Packers and Jets won’t play each other in 2023, however, the 2024 season is a different story.
Aaron Rodgers Could Return To Lambeau Field In 2024 (NFL)
Robin Adams of Wisconsin Sports Heroics highlighted some of Aaron Rodgers’ recent comments. The question asked to Rodgers about his future beyond the 2023 season specifically asked if he would play one, two, or even three more years, and if Rodgers had given any thought to it. Rodgers, responded:
“When I’m at the facility, when I’m here, you know as athletes we’re very routine-based. Whether it’s that day, or maybe that week.
“But when I’m away from the facility, yeah, you think about your life all the time. And you think about what you want to be doing this year, the next year, and the year after and so on so forth.
“But, you know, I’m not a big cliché guy. Most people would say, ‘Yeah, I’m taking this one day at a time or one year at a time.’ But the Jets gave up a lot for me, so to just play one year, I think, would be a disservice.”
What does this mean for next year? The Green Bay Packers will host one team from the AFC East in 2024. That means one of the Jets, Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, or New England Patriots is coming to Lambeau Field — whichever team finishes in the same position in their division as the Packers in the NFC North. If the Packers and Jets both finish the year in the same position within their division in 2023, Rodgers will once again run out of the tunnel at Lambeau Field in 2024.
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