While Aaron Rodgers continues to keep everyone in suspense about whether he wants to keep playing, the Green Bay Packers and New York Jets have been busy figuring out a trade package for the four-time NFL MVP.

Per Connor Hughes of SNY.tv, a deal between the Packers and Jets is "essentially done," and both sides are waiting for Rodgers to determine if he is going to play in 2023.

However, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero later reported the sides "have not agreed to the framework" of a trade and that they "continue to await word from Rodgers on his plans."

ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reported Friday on SportsCenter that the market for Rodgers appears to be "Jets or bust" because other teams that could be targeting a quarterback, like the Carolina Panthers and Las Vegas Raiders, don't seem to be involved.