The Los Angeles Rams are the discussion of the NFL after allegedly consenting to terms on a blockbuster exchange for Matthew Stafford, however on the off chance that everything went by their arrangements, they would’ve wound up with a considerably greater name under focus. Showing up on NFL Network Sunday night to examine the Rams’ arrangement for Stafford, the Los Angeles Times’ Sam Farmer said the group initially attempted to exchange for Packers star Aaron Rodgers, yet Green Bay just would not engage the thought.
“They wanted to upgrade from Jared Goff,” Farmer said. “They felt like there were a certain number of quarterbacks who could do that. I think Deshaun Watson was out of their price range. They made a run at Aaron Rodgers, and the Packers were adamant that they weren’t trading him.”
While the news isn’t really astonishing, taking into account the amount Rams metal transparently alluded to looking for a redesign over Goff in 2021, it actually rings boisterous in the wake of Rodgers’ accounted for discontent in Green Bay. The Packers, all things considered, have consistently and freely communicated confidence in Rodgers as the club’s QB of the close and even removed future, with Rodgers himself as of late proposing there’s little explanation he won’t return in 2021. In any case, the QB eminently scrutinized his own future with the group after the Packers’ NFC Championship loss and is apparently discontent with his present agreement, prompting theory about his accessibility.
There’s likewise Rodgers’ California association. While it’s reasonable Green Bay is not kidding about holding No. 12 – or just didn’t produce enough considerable exchange proposition from the Rams – Rodgers was brought up on the West Coast, home of the Rams. Eventually, L.A. focusing on him as a potential Goff substitution will probably stay in the “what-might have-been” document, with Rodgers’ old NFC North adversary in Stafford going to the Rams all things considered.
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