After what feels like years, the Green Bay Packers finally traded future Hall of Fame QB Aaron Rodgers to the New York Jets on Monday. The Packers get in return:
The main holdup for this trade appears to be the compensation - the Packers wanted to make sure they got a sizable haul for Rodgers, while the Jets wanted to make sure they didn't put their organization into the hole should Rodgers only choose to play one season in New York.
It seems like a win for both sides, as of right now. Rodgers gets a young roster to work with, plus a challenging coaching staff and a change of scenery (and a chance to pull a Tom Brady and win a Super Bowl on another team).
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