Aaron Rodgers is in the midst of yet another successful season with the Green Bay Packers. Although the team has struggled in a few key moments this year, by and large 2020 has gone smoothly for Green Bay. Currently, the organization is in position to contend for a Super Bowl.
This week, Rodgers was pressed on whether he envisioned himself staying active for much longer, or whether retirement was around the corner.
“A lot of emotions over the years,” he said.
“After the ‘07 season, I thought Favre would never retire. Once I became the starter, I thought I was going to have the gig for a while. Haven’t had thoughts in the last eight or 10 years about doing anything other than this, for sure. This is what I’ve wanted to do, be the quarterback here. It’s been a dream come true,” he continued.
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“I was drafted at 21 years old, so I’ve had a lot of birthdays here. I feel really fortunate to have spent so much time here, to be a resident of the great state of Wisconsin, to live in this city for so many years. I’ve gotten to know some great people that live here and I’ve enjoyed all my teammates I’ve played with.
“I’ve really enjoyed all the special moments here, so many of them. I just feel really fortunate to have grown up here and just have a lot of great memories that I’ve made here that I’ll take with me one day.
“Hopefully, that day isn’t too soon.”