Packers President Reveals Aaron Rodgers Number Retirement Plan

The Changing of the Guard for the Green Bay Packers

After 18 seasons, the Green Bay Packers have decided to move on from Aaron Rodgers. The team traded him to the New York Jets in the offseason, paving the way for Jordan Love to take over as the starting quarterback. It is evident that both the Packers and Rodgers were ready to part ways.

The Draft of Jordan Love

Green Bay drafted Love in the first round of the 2020 draft, with the intention of him eventually taking the reins. That time has now come.

Gratitude for Aaron Rodgers

The Packers and their fans are still appreciative of the contributions that Rodgers made to the franchise. According to Matt Schneidman, Packers president Mark Murphy said the team will retire Rodgers’ number at the appropriate time.


The Green Bay Packers have officially moved on from Aaron Rodgers, and have welcomed Jordan Love as their new starting quarterback. While everyone is thankful for what Rodgers brought to the team, they are now looking forward to what Love can bring in the future. When Rodgers retires from the NFL, the Packers will honor him by retiring his jersey number.

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