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“You Used to Be Aaron Rodgers, Right?”: Painful Question AR12 Asked Himself Before the World Could Do It

Published 03/02/2023, 8:30 AM EST

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Aaron Rodgers is the one true phenomenon during the offseason. The QB1 has remained a critical personality among the fans for supporting things some may find eccentric. Recently, Rodgers’ haven was among the mega-trends among the NFL fandom. The quarterback is opening up about his experience while in the hideaway. He also asked himself some questions that were seemingly painful for him to respond to.

After ending what he called his darkness retreat, Aaron Rodgers made his first public appearance. He sat down in the ‘Aubrey Marcus Podcast’ with the host to determine the hideaway’s effects. The Green Bay Packers saw from both retirement and playing perspectives to regulate his future.

Aaron Rodgers asked crucial questions to self


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While speaking on the Aubrey Marcus Podcast, Aaron Rodgers spoke about exploring retirement. The QB1 asked himself some questions before the football fandom could do it. He mentioned, “I played sports since I was six years old, so really beautiful ending to that. But a lot of really difficult contemplations around all this insecurity and fear that came up. Like, what happens when they turn the lights off to your career? What happens when you’re, oh when somebody says, ‘Oh, you used to be Aaron Rodgers, right?’ I still am.”

Aaron Rodgers also revealed his current state of mind to Marcus. He recalled the importance of unplugging from electronic items and choosing books and meditation over smartphones and watching TV. The darkness retreat helped him stimulate and deliberate on his decision.


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If Aaron Rodgers continued his playing career, he might land on a trade. It could be the last of him in Green Bay. If traded, some teams could use some veteran help in the QBs division. But one franchise backed off from the race.

An AFC franchise is off the race for the Packers QB1

If Aaron Rodgers lands up in a trade, several locations could be a suitable fit. Teams like the Jets, Buccaneers, and Raiders were among the favorites to bring in the veteran Rodgers for some starter help. But Las Vegas seems to be off the list.


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As per The Athletic’s Vic Tafur, Raiders GM Dave Ziegler and HC Josh McDaniels are not ready to go in for the Multi-time MVP. They visibly need a starter after releasing Derek Carr. But they would not sell out their costly draft picks on him.


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If not the Raiders, then where would Rodgers head next? It is subject to witness.

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Pavitra Shome

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Pavitra Shome is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. He began writing while working for an online news portal and holds a Master's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. Although Pavitra enjoys watching WWE, Gronk and Brady turned him into an NFL aficionado.

Edited By: Hitesh Nigam