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Aaron Rodgers: Brett Favre believes he won’t finish his career in Green Bay

by Adam Koffler | Packers Correspondent | Thu, Apr 30th 9:00am EDT

When asked about Aaron Rodgers’ future with the Packers, Brett Favre told Rich Eisen that, “I think Aaron will finish somewhere else. That’s my gut.” (Rich Eisen Show on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact:

While other NFL organizations added firepower to their respective offenses through free agency and the Draft, the Green Bay Packers stood tall and decided not to address what many people see as glaring needs. Couple that with the fact that the Packers went with QB Jordan Love in the first round of the Draft, and Favre believes Rodgers has one foot out the door in Green Bay. According to Favre, Rodgers was “surprised they (Green Bay) went that direction (with the Jordan Love pick).” Favre was 35 years old when the Packers drafted Rodgers in the first round of the 2005 Draft and now Rodgers is 36 years old when the Packers seem to be doing the exact same by drafting his future replacement. We’ll see how Rodgers ultimately performs this year, maybe he’ll silence all the critics by putting together a career year with the likes of WRs Davante Adams, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, and Allen Lazard. But even so, the relationship Rodgers has with head coach Matt LaFleur seems to already be souring.

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