Green Bay Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been the most talked-about person during the NFL offseason, with many speculating that his time with the Packers could be coming to an end.

It appears that we will have some more clarity on the situation shortly. Reports have come out on Thursday that Rodgers will be informing the Packers of his decision soon.

Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst made it clear on Wednesday that Rodgers is the team’s top priority this offseason, and that a deal with star wide receiver Davante Adams will be determined by what Rodgers decides to do.

The Packers have done a lot to open up cap space for a potential deal for Adams, restructuring the contracts of star defensive tackle Kenny Clark and star running back Aaron Jones this week.

It’s hard to interpret anything that Rodgers says, but he did post a cryptic social media post on Monday evening that many seemed to think was him saying goodbye to his Packers teammates and fans. He would go on to deny that.

Should Rodgers ask for a trade from the organization, it’s not clear that the Packers are going to grant him his wish easily. Gutekunst also did not address the idea of trading Rodgers in his press conference on Wednesday, calling the idea “a hypothetical that he is not going to discuss.”

If Rodgers is moved by the Packers this offseason, it seems right now that the frontrunners to land him would be the Denver Broncos, who Rodgers has been linked to dating back to last November.

[Dianna Russini]

About Reice Shipley

Reice Shipley is a staff writer for Comeback Media that graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Sports Media. He previously worked at Barrett Sports Media and is a fan of all things Syracuse sports.