Aaron Rodgers is not with the Green Bay Packers as they begin mandatory minicamp this week, but the reigning NFL MVP is still a member of the organization as things currently stand. Of course, this all comes as Rodgers has made it abundantly clear that he wants to be traded away from Lambeau Field and move on from the club that he’s spent his entire pro career with to this point. As this trade request continues to hover around the Packers, one popular destination for Rodgers that has been theorized is the Denver Broncos.
They were among the teams to immediately surface as a reported landing spot for Rodgers around the time of his pending divorce from the Packers went public on draft day and have been one of the front-runners when looking at the betting odds for the 37-year-old’s next home. While Denver did acquire veteran Teddy Bridgewater in a trade with the Panthers earlier this offseason to compete with third-year quarterback Drew Lock, neither is established enough to negate the club from pursuing Rodgers if Green Bay does make him available.