It’s that time on the NFL calendar. Mark it. Aaron Rodgers trade rumors from the Green Bay Packers kicking into high gear.

Mere weeks after their down 2022 season came to a conclusion without earning a spot in the playoffs, the Packers are reportedly willing to trade their future Hall of Fame quarterback. This comes after a 2022 offseason filled with rumors regarding Rodgers’ future in the NFL.

Making another appearance on The Pat McAfee Show on Tuesday, Rodgers addressed the rumors linking him to other teams in a potential trade. In the process, the 39-year-old signal caller refused to commit to even playing next season.

“All the other ideas about a trade and whatnot, that’s all conjecture until I decide what I want to do moving forward for myself,” Rodgers told McAfee.

Rodgers did note that he never really thought about playing for another team outside of the Packers until they made the decision to select fellow quarterback Jordan Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

In continuing his conversation with McAfee, Rodgers said that there are “two sides” to a decision like this and that the Packers “might want to move on” in a different direction ahead of the 2023 season starting.