Could Aaron Rodgers be Tom Brady’s successor in Tampa Bay?
This offseason promises to be an adventure in Green Bay with the status of Aaron Rodgers’ future as the Packers quarterback is still up in the air.
Another chapter of the Aaron Rodgers saga in Green Bay will unfold this offseason, but this time the Packers quarterback looks like he’s more out than in next year at the Frozen Tundra.
Understandably, there are plenty of teams in line looking to make an offer to lure the four time NFL MVP in this offseason.
The New York Jets, Las Vegas Raiders, Indianapolis Colts and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have all shown interest in bringing Rodgers to town.
The former University of Cal QB started the speculation after the season when he indicated that he needed to isolate himself from everything, in complete darkness to weigh his options and asses his next move.
Matt LaFleur and the front offices in Green Bay have said they will respect the decision of their current quarterback, who remains under a current contract.
Rodgers successor to Brady in Buccaneers?
According to a report by ClutchPoints, Tampa Bay currently has just one quarterback, Kyle Trask, on the roster for next season. Backup QB Blaine Gabbert’s contract ended after the season and will seek a new home in free agency. If Rodgers were to head south, it would be a pretty smooth transition. Rodgers are pin-point accurate, pass first gun slinger like Brady and by swapping No. 12 for another No. 12 would return the Bucs to the Super Bowl spotlight.