Chicago Bears: Aaron Rodgers leaving Green Bay would be a miracle

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There is trouble in paradise. Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that Aaron Rodgers is very unhappy with the way things are with the Green Bay Packers and does not want to return. His departure from the NFC North would be a complete miracle. He has tortured the Chicago Bears for many years and not having to deal with that any more would be the greatest thing ever. They have had Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers for about 30 years not so it would be great to see them finally take a break.

The Chicago Bears would love to see Aaron Rodgers leave the Green Bay Packers.

Aaron Rodgers is currently the reigning MVP. A player has never been traded the year after they won the award in the history of the league. This would truly be a monumental shift in the current NFL. The Green Bay Packers are legit Super Bowl contenders with him there but would take a major dip if he wasn’t. Bears fans around the world would love to see it.

A lot of this probably stems from last year’s draft. The Packers literally traded up to select a quarterback named Jordan Love. They went behind Rodgers’ back to make the move as well because the reports are that he had no idea it was happening. Now, about a year later, this story is what is being reported.

It also came on the day of the draft. The early morning reports were that the San Francisco 49ers offered Green Bay a lot to get their all-time great quarterback but the Packers declined. Now, the report makes so much more sense. If Rodgers doesn’t want to be there, it is hard to see him being there.

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If the Bears traded up and selected a quarterback, fixed the offensive line a little bit, and Rodgers left the division, all of a sudden the 2021 season is looking much less bleak. This might be an unrealistic thing to happen but it sure sounds possible at this point. As mentioned before, it would be a complete miracle for the Bears.