After weeks of rumors and speculation, it has been confirmed that a group from the New York Jets organization visited Green Bay on Tuesday to meet with Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. According to reports, the group is set to return to New York early Wednesday morning and is expected to discuss the details of their meeting with Jets owner Woody Johnson and team executives.
Sources say that the Jets have been in talks with both the Packers and Rodgers about a potential trade, although nothing has been finalized yet. One report suggests that the Jets are willing to offer a three-year deal to Rodgers, who is currently in the final year of his contract with the Packers.
This news has sent shockwaves through the NFL, with many speculating about the future of the Jets and the Packers. Some believe that a deal between the two teams could be imminent, while others believe that Rodgers may ultimately decide to stay in Green Bay.
In the wake of these reports, Jets players have been actively recruiting Rodgers to join their team, with running back Aaron Jones expressing his hope that Rodgers will find a way to stay in Green Bay. However, it remains to be seen what the future holds for the star quarterback and the Jets organization. Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story.