Mar 5, 2021; Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA; Brandon Marshall, Chief Executive Officer and founder of House of Athlete attends the House of Athlete Scouting Combine for athletes preparing to enter the 2021 NFL draft at Inter Miami Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said this week that he remains “in the art of contemplation” about possibly retiring this offseason.

If Rodgers returns next season, it could be with a new team. The New York Jets, whose ownership is already enamored of Rodgers, is a team in a position to make a play for Rodgers should one materialize.

Legendary Jets receiver Bradon Marshall, however, wants no part of Rodgers in New York City.

“Aaron Rodgers is the best thrower of the football our game has ever seen,” Marshall said at the site of the Super Bowl LVII, where he’s doing media work, according to The New York Post. “This is our opportunity to really get it right and be in position to be contending next year. So, you can go Aaron Rodgers and feel like you’ll get there, right? But what’s going to happen after next year? I feel like a Derek Carr, even a Jimmy [Garoppolo], with that defense, with Elijah Moore used the right way and then Garrett [Wilson], we’re set up for the next five to seven years.”

Marshall delivered clear marching orders to Jets ownership, too.

“If I was Woody Johnson Marshall, I would go Derek Carr as my 1, Jimmy ‘G’ as my second option and then Aaron Rodgers as my third option,” Marshall said.

Only time will tell if the Jets follow Marshall’s advice.

[New York Post]