Titans do not contemplate Aaron Rodgers an possibility and have full intentions of holding Ryan Tannehill, per report



As soon as once more, one of many largest dominoes anticipated to fall between the tip of this season and the start of the 2022 marketing campaign is the way forward for Aaron Rodgers

The long run Corridor of Fame quarterback just lately hung out with Packers brass to focus on his future, after having beforehand made it identified that “the whole lot is on the desk” following the group’s divisional spherical loss to the San Francisco 49ers. In accordance with a report from ESPN, nevertheless, we are able to cross one potential vacation spot off the checklist: Tennessee. 

Turron Davenport reported Friday that “the Titans do not contemplate Rodgers to be an possibility for them at quarterback and have full intentions of transferring ahead with [Ryan] Tannehill.”

Davenport’s reporting aligns with what Titans common supervisor Jon Robinson has stated publicly. “Ryan’s our quarterback,” Robinson stated. “He is made quite a lot of performs for us. He is an ideal chief. He is extraordinarily powerful. Love what Ryan brings to our soccer group, love what he stands for. We’re wanting ahead to him getting again in there, and getting again on observe, and holding this factor rolling.”

It had beforehand been reported that Rodgers was open to taking part in for the Titans, and he had even bought land and was within the technique of constructing a house in Nashville. In fact, given the amount of cash Rodgers has made all through his profession, he should purchase land and construct houses just about anyplace he needs, so it is powerful to know the way a lot inventory to place in issues like that. 

Nonetheless, if Robinson’s feedback and Davenport’s reporting are to be believed, Rodgers may nonetheless find yourself again in Inexperienced Bay or elsewhere, however he will not be taking snaps in Tennessee subsequent season — will not be handing off to Derrick Henry and will not be throwing to A.J. Brown and/or Julio Jones.



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