This Jets player might make Aaron Rodgers happy Dan Leberfeld

QB Aaron Rodgers reportedly wants out of Green Bay for a number reasons.

He reportedly doesn’t like GM Brian Guntekunst.

Another reported reason is he wants a new contract.

One other issue is reportedly related to personnel decisions, perhaps one being not providing him enough weapons.

One player addition who could make him very happy is Jets slot receiver Jamison Crowder, who might be available due to a contract dispute.

The Jets reportedly want Crowder to take a pay cut from his current contract number which is $10 million this year. He did that on Monday.

Since the Jets added a talented slot receiver in Elijah Moore in the draft, and also have Braxton Berrios who works well out of the slot, maybe the Packers and Jets can make a deal for Crowder.

Rodgers would love Crowder. One thing missing the last few years in Green Bay, since the departure of Randall Cobb in 2018, is a shify slot receiver. Crowder could fill that void, and Rodgers would like his short-area quickness, and his ability to get open fast.

Maybe, just maybe, a Crowder to the Packers deal would make sense, if Green Bay makes a fair trade offer. Crowder isn’t a player you just want to give away. Over the last two years with the Jets, he produced 137 receptions and 12 touchdowns, so you would probably need to get more than a late-round pick in return.


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