3 ways Denver Broncos could lure Aaron Rodgers in 2022
What moves should be made to convince Aaron Rodgers of being the next quarterback of the Denver Broncos?
Will Aaron Rodgers be the next quarterback of the Denver Broncos? We are closer to finding out. Whether or not the Green Bay Packers trade him or not remains to be seen but if Rodgers is still set on moving on, trading him is in the best interest of the Packers.
The reason is simply compensation. If Rodgers retires, the Packers don’t get draft picks or players via trade.
The Denver Broncos have been linked to Rodgers the most of any team. They have a great, young roster that has a chance to make it deep into the playoffs as long a franchise quarterback is in place. That could be Rodgers, especially if the Broncos make certain moves to improve the roster.
This scenario could have 2014 vibes in which the Denver Broncos went all-out in free agency, signing more than two top-tier players to help chase a championship.
No. 1 way to convince Aaron Rodgers to join Denver Broncos: Trade for wide receiver Jarvis Landry.
One of the big reasons that Aaron Rodgers is/was unhappy with the Green Bay Packers was because of personnel decisions. They let wide receiver Jake Kumerow go sign with the Buffalo Bills and ultimately did not do much in the draft to help him in terms of pass catchers.
Let me offer this as a possibility: The Denver Broncos trade for Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry.
Landry’s name has appeared in trade rumors over the past year but ultimately he stayed in Cleveland.
Trading for Landry would be phenomenal for both sides. For the Broncos, they would be replacing a departing receiver in a hypothetical Rodgers trade (whoever it may be) with a guy who has had 1,100 receiving yards in three of his eight seasons in the NFL, including two while a member of the Miami Dolphins and one with the Browns.
The connection of Rodgers and Landry could be lethal and a force in the AFC West to match with the likes of Patrick Mahomes-Tyreek Hill, Justin Herbert-Mike Williams, and Derek Carr-Darren Waller.