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Jets owner concedes impatience
Jets owner Woody Johnson conceded Tuesday that he's anxious but optimistic about eventually landing Rodgers via trade with the Packers, Nick Shook of NFL.com reports.
Progress in trade talks
Jets general manager Joe Douglas indicated Monday that there had been some progress made in trade talks with the Packets for Rodgers, and Armando Salguero of Outkick.com indicates that New York is willing to give up a second-round pick for the quarterback.
Headed for No. 1 tight end duties?
Deguara currently sits atop the Packers tight end depth chart with Robert Tonyan having agreed to a one-year deal with the Bears on Thursday.
Denies making demands from Jets
Rodgers disputed the notion he's given the Jets a list of personnel-related demands ahead of his expected trade to New York in coming days, Nick Shook of NFL.com reports.
Could land with Jets
The Jets are expected to pursue Cobb in free agency, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Wants to play with familiar targets
Rodgers has provided the Jets with a number of receivers he'd like the team to sign, Dianna Russini of ESPN reports.
Jets stuck in holding pattern
Rodgers has yet to inform either the Packers or the Jets what his intentions are for next season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Potential bust without Rodgers
Maurice Jones-Drew of NFL.com suggests that Lazard, a pending free agent, could struggle without Aaron Rodgers as his quarterback.
Courted by Jets
A number of Jets team officials flew to Los Angeles to meet with Rodgers on Tuesday,Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Possible fit for Jags
Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com views Tonyan as a good fit for the Jaguars in free agency.
Implies decision coming soon
Rodgers implied during a recent appearance on "The Aubrey Marcus Podcast" that he'll soon announce his decision on whether he'll continue his playing career in 2023, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
No contact with Packers
Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst said that he "hasn't had the chance" to speak with Rodgers yet this offseason, Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports.
Declared ready to start
General manager Brian Gutekunst said Tuesday at the NFL Combine that Love is ready "to be a starting NFL quarterback", Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Testing market despite talks
Lazard told Sirius XM NFL Radio on Wednesday that while his camp has had preliminary discussions with the Packers, he expects to test free agency.
Ends darkness retreat
Rodgers ended his planned darkness retreat Wednesday, two days sooner than anticipated, Xuan Thai of ESPN.com reports.
Might be starter in 2023
Love appears to be in line to start for the Packers in 2023 with the team ready to part ways with Aaron Rodgers, Bob McGinn of the Go Long podcast reports.
Green Bay ready to move on
Rodgers won't be back with the Packers in 2023, NFL writer Bob McGinn recently said on the Go Long podcast.
May just stay put
Mike Jones of The Athletic predicts Rodgers will remain with the Packers in 2023.
To remain in platoon in 2023
Dillon is set to share carries with Aaron Jones again in 2023, as Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Jones and the Packers agreed to a restructured contract Friday.
Top target for Jets
Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com believes the Jets will aggressively pursue a trade for Rodgers this offseason.
Rodgers said Tuesday that he has yet to decide whether he is playing in 2023, but believes he will be close to a determination once he returns from a darkness retreat, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Complications in potential trade
Multiple anonymous NFL executives believe Rodgers could be difficult for the Packers to trade due to the year-to-year uncertainty surrounding his playing future, according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com.
Hackett hiring adds to Jets' case
Christopher Kuhagen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel links the Jets' recent hiring of offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett to the team's pursuit of Rodgers.
Still no decision
Rodgers said that he has yet to make a decision about his future during his appearance on the Pat McAfee Show on Tuesday.
Likely to leave Green Bay
Zach Kruse of USA Today Packers Wire expects Lazard to sign with another team as a free agent this offseason.