What do you REALLY think Rodgers would garner in a trade?

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Only 99 copies of the 2005 Ultimate Collection Card were created for Aaron Rodgers' rookie season. The special feature of this card is that it was made horizontal instead of vertical. This rare card can be worth about $1,500.


So what do you have to trade for any of those?
 
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Miami or Eagles both are the teams with some serious draft capital to put best package together and both teams have or have the cash or a little of both to build a contender for sure.

Broncos have the best staff build and isn’t bad but man the Eagles and Dolphins can do awesome packages and still even have some left for themselves.
 
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Miami or Eagles both are the teams with some serious draft capital to put best package together and both teams have or have the cash or a little of both to build a contender for sure.

Broncos have the best staff build and isn’t bad but man the Eagles and Dolphins can do awesome packages and still even have some left for themselves.
Yeah I like Denver and Miami to keep our distance Conference wise. I like our chances of an AFC contender knocking him out.
Obviously it’s up to Rodgers, but I think he realistically might sign at a 40-45mil range annual if he’s given proper guarantee to at least stay through 2024. They’d almost definitively have to walk ZaDarius, which is no surprise. But I think we’d also be able to keep converting bonus’ and pushing void seasons.
I could actually see a scenario where we keep Rodgers, Campbell, Cobb, Davante, Preston and a few other lower FA contracts.
 

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Honestly no player of this caliber has ever been traded so find the most anyone has ever given up for a guy and add to it
Super Bowl winning QB with 3 league mvps trade after 16 years

Brett Favre for a conditional 3rd
 
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I've come down a tick with now thinking it isn't a guaranteed thing two 1st rounders in the package, but only due to I think you will see one if not two conditional future picks inclusive in the deal.

Example of my thought on what I'm doing if Rodgers says he wants out and Denver wants to win the pitch for Rodgers:

2022 First Rounder #9
2022 Second Rounder #64 (not their 40th overall...Denver will love this "concession")
2022 Third Rounder #75
2023 Second Rounder *Turns into First if they make it to the Super Bowl
2024 Fourth Rounder *Conditional escalators could climb it as high as a 1st should Rodgers play in 2023 and they win SB

This honestly leaves Denver this year's draft with their 40th overall in the second round, their 96th in the third and the rest of their draft intact.
Their 2023 draft is only initially void of their 2nd rounder *could escalate
Their 2024 draft is the same thing but a 4th with conditional escalations

I mean essentially if Rodgers and the Broncos do well escalators could turn the cost of Rodgers into three first rounders, a second and a third....but that would only be IF they go DEEP in the playoffs next two seasons...otherwise Rodgers and the chance at it cost them only one First Rounder, Two Seconds, a Third and a Fourth.

Rodgers age and his "hesitancy" in playing the last two years if I'm Denver makes me want more conditional insurance, but also willing to give more conditionally as well because that means it worked.
 
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I've come down a tick with now thinking it isn't a guaranteed thing two 1st rounders in the package, but only due to I think you will see one if not two conditional future picks inclusive in the deal.

Example of my thought on what I'm doing if Rodgers says he wants out and Denver wants to win the pitch for Rodgers:

2022 First Rounder #9
2022 Second Rounder #64 (not their 40th overall...Denver will love this "concession")
2022 Third Rounder #75
2023 Second Rounder *Turns into First if they make it to the Super Bowl
2024 Fourth Rounder *Conditional escalators could climb it as high as a 1st should Rodgers play in 2023 and they win SB

This honestly leaves Denver this year's draft with their 40th overall in the second round, their 96th in the third and the rest of their draft intact.
Their 2023 draft is only initially void of their 2nd rounder *could escalate
Their 2024 draft is the same thing but a 4th with conditional escalations

I mean essentially if Rodgers and the Broncos do well escalators could turn the cost of Rodgers into three first rounders, a second and a third....but that would only be IF they go DEEP in the playoffs next two seasons...otherwise Rodgers and the chance at it cost them only one First Rounder, Two Seconds, a Third and a Fourth.

Rodgers age and his "hesitancy" in playing the last two years if I'm Denver makes me want more conditional insurance, but also willing to give more conditionally as well because that means it worked.
That’s fine is they want a security blanket. Yet asking for 1 guaranteed Day 1 selection would be discouraging.
I’d work it backwards and give them back a slightly lesser selection IF Aaron retires etc..
E.G, if Aaron bows out we’d refund 1 round later for each future trade beyond that.
They give us a
2022 #9 overall + 2nd rounder
2023 Day 1 + 3rd Rounder
2024 Day 1

In the event he doesn’t play after this season. we refund OUR
2023 2nd + 4th rounder
2024 2nd rounder

Keeping in mind our draft order will likely be far better without Aaron for a few years.
 

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I've come down a tick with now thinking it isn't a guaranteed thing two 1st rounders in the package, but only due to I think you will see one if not two conditional future picks inclusive in the deal.

Example of my thought on what I'm doing if Rodgers says he wants out and Denver wants to win the pitch for Rodgers:

2022 First Rounder #9
2022 Second Rounder #64 (not their 40th overall...Denver will love this "concession")
2022 Third Rounder #75
2023 Second Rounder *Turns into First if they make it to the Super Bowl
2024 Fourth Rounder *Conditional escalators could climb it as high as a 1st should Rodgers play in 2023 and they win SB

This honestly leaves Denver this year's draft with their 40th overall in the second round, their 96th in the third and the rest of their draft intact.
Their 2023 draft is only initially void of their 2nd rounder *could escalate
Their 2024 draft is the same thing but a 4th with conditional escalations

I mean essentially if Rodgers and the Broncos do well escalators could turn the cost of Rodgers into three first rounders, a second and a third....but that would only be IF they go DEEP in the playoffs next two seasons...otherwise Rodgers and the chance at it cost them only one First Rounder, Two Seconds, a Third and a Fourth.

Rodgers age and his "hesitancy" in playing the last two years if I'm Denver makes me want more conditional insurance, but also willing to give more conditionally as well because that means it worked.
Apparently Rodgers has contract agreements in place with three teams which likely means he is willing to play for any of those teams. If he decides he wants out of Green Bay I presume the Packers will trade him to the highest bidder.
 
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Apparently Rodgers has contract agreements in place with three teams which likely means he is willing to play for any of those teams. If he decides he wants out of Green Bay I presume the Packers will trade him to the highest bidder.

Yup sounds that way.
 

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I am just sick and tired of the whole drama involving Aaron Rodgers. He is a bigger “Drama Queen “ than Brett! Just make up your greedy self-centered mind and let’s get on with things!
 

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Super Bowl winning QB with 3 league mvps trade after 16 years

Brett Favre for a conditional 3rd

The Packers found themselves in a significantly different situation in 2008 than they're in now though.

I've come down a tick with now thinking it isn't a guaranteed thing two 1st rounders in the package, but only due to I think you will see one if not two conditional future picks inclusive in the deal.

Example of my thought on what I'm doing if Rodgers says he wants out and Denver wants to win the pitch for Rodgers:

2022 First Rounder #9
2022 Second Rounder #64 (not their 40th overall...Denver will love this "concession")
2022 Third Rounder #75
2023 Second Rounder *Turns into First if they make it to the Super Bowl
2024 Fourth Rounder *Conditional escalators could climb it as high as a 1st should Rodgers play in 2023 and they win SB

This honestly leaves Denver this year's draft with their 40th overall in the second round, their 96th in the third and the rest of their draft intact.
Their 2023 draft is only initially void of their 2nd rounder *could escalate
Their 2024 draft is the same thing but a 4th with conditional escalations

I mean essentially if Rodgers and the Broncos do well escalators could turn the cost of Rodgers into three first rounders, a second and a third....but that would only be IF they go DEEP in the playoffs next two seasons...otherwise Rodgers and the chance at it cost them only one First Rounder, Two Seconds, a Third and a Fourth.

Rodgers age and his "hesitancy" in playing the last two years if I'm Denver makes me want more conditional insurance, but also willing to give more conditionally as well because that means it worked.

That would be a great deal for the Broncos but a terrible one for the Packers.
 

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What would the cap/dead money ramifications be if Rodgers was traded now?

The Packers trading Rodgers now would result in $67.6 million of dead money counting against their cap, an additional $39.1 million counting against their cap.
 

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