Colin Cowherd claims Jordan Love to possibly demand trade after Aaron Rodgers decides to join Packers

Aaron Rodgers being traded to the Tennessee Titans with two first-round selections was Colin Cowherd’s “bold prediction” during a segment where he and Jason McIntyre were forecasting how the 2023 offseason “Quarterback Carousel” would shape out.

The trade would allow the Packers to finally use former first-round selection Jordan Love, who performed well a month ago in mop-up duty against Philadelphia, going 6/9 for 113 yards and a score. It would also finally free Tennessee of Ryan Tannehill, who the team has an out with after this season.

In their win-and-in game against Jacksonville on Saturday, Tennessee has decided on starting unheralded backup Joshua Dobbs and it seems to have already given up on third-round draft pick Malik Willis, who has a disappointing 50.8% completion percentage in three starts, three interceptions, and zero passing touchdowns.

In spite of having the lowest yards per game average of his entire career as a starter and turning 39 in early December, Rodgers leads a Packers team that has won four straight games and is in a position to make the playoffs with a victory over the Lions on Sunday Night Football. 

At the end of this week, Rodgers will willingly walk solitary confinement in order to “give himself clarity” on his short- and long-term objectives for the future before the 2023 NFL season. Rodgers admitted to taking Ayahuasca, a plant-based psychedelic that is claimed to alter a person’s emotions and cause hallucinations, after changing his behavior for a few years.

According to rumors, Rodgers and the Packers are both looking to move on, and Rodgers is using this time to consider his options, including whether or not he wants to continue playing football.

After drafting Jordan Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Packers benched him for three seasons, during which time Rodgers twice won the MVP award.

With Love, the Packers may be considering a different path and may believe that this is their final opportunity to trade for Rodgers and receive valuable assets in return as he enters the last stage of his excellent career.

The New York Jets and Oakland Raiders are reportedly interested in the four-time MVP, and the franchise is reportedly seeking two first-round picks in return. Colin Cowherd, a sports analyst for FOX, has stated that he thinks Aaron Rodgers should return from his solitude with the attitude that he should seek out prospects.


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