Packers QB Aaron Rodgers emerges from darkness retreat

Aaron Rodgers has emerged from the darkness.

The Green Bay Packers quarterback, who spent 4 days and 4 nights in an remoted darkness retreat in southern Oregon, left Sky Cave Retreats on Wednesday. Scott Berman, who owns the power, confirmed Rodgers’ exit, per ESPN.

According to Berman, Rodgers spent his time in a 300-square-foot room, which had no gentle and consisted of a queen mattress, a rest room and a meditation-like mat.

Rodgers, 39, stated he made the choice to go on the darkness retreat with hopes that he would “have a better sense of where I am in life.”

The four-time NFL MVP is owed practically $60 million by the Packers in assured cash subsequent season underneath a contract extension he signed final offseason. That contract would doubtless need to be restructured if he’s traded this offseason.

The New York Jets have emerged as a possible suitor for Rodgers if he had been to be dealt. One of the explanations he has been linked to New York is because of his relationship with new Jets offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, who served because the Packers offensive coordinator from 2019-21.

The Las Vegas Raiders have additionally been within the dialog for potential touchdown spots for Rodgers. He did acknowledge a vocal contingent of Raiders followers making an attempt to recruit him throughout the Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf event, which Rodgers received. Raiders broad receiver Davante Adams, Rodgers’ buddy and longtime teammate in Green Bay, additionally made it clear that he’s attempting to recruit Rodgers to Vegas.

The oddsmakers have the Raiders on the high of the record of more than likely locations for Rodgers to begin subsequent season, forward of the Packers and the Jets.

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According to Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy, there isn’t a deadline for a call Rodgers, however either side would favor one thing be labored out earlier than the beginning of free company.

“We both realize, the sooner the decision is made the better,” Murphy stated. “Brian Gutekunst, the GM, has been in regular contact with him. I think Aaron has expressed that he doesn’t want to drag it on.”

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