He new york jets are deadlocked with the Green Bay Packers over a trade involving Aaron Rodgers, and while a report on Wednesday noted that owner Woody Johnson disagreed with the terms of a potential deal involving high draft picks, another report revealed that two sides. I haven’t spoken in weeks.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter said on «NFL Live» that the Jets and packers They haven’t spoken since the NFL Owners League Annual Meeting in Phoenix last month, which came just over a week after Rodgers publicly announced his intentions to play for New York next season.
«My understanding is that there hasn’t been much, if any, conversation in the last few weeks since the owners meetings,» Schefter said.
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«And both sides now seem to be entrenched, and we’ll see if anything changes or not as we get closer to the draft.»
ESPN’s Mike Greenberg also reported Tuesday on «The Pat McAfee Show» that Rodgers has singled out the Jets Don’t «rush» into making a deal.
«I hear Aaron has sent signals to the Jets that there’s no reason for them to rush, that he’s not coming until May anyway. So they’re not missing anything right now. They should hold out as long as possible.» that’s needed and ultimately they won’t have to trade the 13th pick in the draft, which is what I think it ultimately boils down to.»
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Details surrounding a possible trade offer were also revealed Wednesday, but they did not include a first-round pick in this year’s draft.
According to Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson, the Packers are seeking a second-round pick in this year’s draft and a first-round pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, and are willing to offer draft compensation if Rodgers leaves. Retires after the 2023 season. .
But Robinson reported that Johnson is hesitant to offer a first-round pick after the fallout from Russell Wilson’s successful trade with the Denver Broncos.
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The Rodgers saga continues to go around without any real movement.
Jets general manager Joe Douglas said last week Rodgers would be in New York next season, while Packers president Mark Murphy said Tuesday he was «actively involved» in the talks but «there was nothing more to add» about the situation. brackets