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Aaron Rodgers Says He Will Not Trade to Jets Due to High Asking Price

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has announced that he will not be traded to the New York Jets after they offered a deal that the Packers deemed unfit for their star quarterback. Rodgers made his announcement on Wednesday during a guest appearance on the Pat McAfee Show.

The Jets were reportedly offering a lot to acquire Rodgers, including a four-year, $44 million deal for wide receiver Allen Lazard. They also exchanged wish lists of free agents, according to sources at ESPN.

However, the Packers were reportedly asking for too high a price, and as a result, Rodgers has decided to stay in Green Bay.

“The Jets are a great team, but I am happy where I am,” said Rodgers in his interview with McAfee. “The price they were asking for was just too high, and I’m not willing to pay it.”

Despite the failed trade, Rodgers has expressed interest in continuing his negotiations with the Jets and is open to the possibility of trade in future.