Devante Adams via MCQ37 Highlights YouTube

Aaron Rodgers and Devante Adams were a tremendous tandem on the tundra, they had tremendous success for the Green Bay Packers. The quarterback-receiver duo connected for 68 touchdowns during their time together, a franchise record.

Devante Adams via MCQ37 Highlights YouTube

Now if Adams could have his way, they may be sharing the field together again. Except wearing a different set of colors.

Adams departed Green Bay following the 2021 season, signing a five-year, $141.25 million deal, making him (at the time) the highest-paid wide receiver in the NFL. He continued his run of excellence out in Sin City, racking up 1516 receiving yards and grabbing 14 TDs. His 15.2 yards per catch was a career-high.

However, the Raiders still finished at a meager 6-11, and longtime starting QB Derek Carr is headed out the door.

Davante Adams via Raiders YouTube

That brings things around to Rodgers, who only passed for 3,965 yards and 26 scores against 12 interceptions on an 8-9 NFC North squad that missed the playoffs. He’s been a Packer since 2005 and was the man who was chosen to replace Lambeau Legend Brett Favre. Still, it almost seems like the end of the road now.

Despite four NFL MVP Awards and a Super Bowl Championship, it now looks like Aaron Rodgers has one foot out the door in Green Bay.

Aaron Rodgers via MCQ37 Highlights YouTube

It’s become an almost yearly tradition with the Packers’ signal caller. Every off-season in the last few years, the fan base seems forced to wait patiently while he decides his future. With all the success and the money in the world, no one could begrudge the 39-year-old if he packed up all of his accolades and injuries and just went home. However, there’s a strong belief among NFL experts is that he will return to play in 2023. It just won’t be in Green Bay.

Among the potential candidates, the Titans, Commanders, and Jets have gotten a lot of traction. Meanwhile, some more outside candidates like San Francisco or the now Tom Brady-less Buccaneers are considered mostly longshots and ‘Twitter Talk.’

Then there is Adams’ team, the Raiders. Despite some very productive years with Carr under center, the team hasn’t had any postseason success. While Carr has gone 0-1 in his career playoff record, Rodgers is much more seasoned, going 11-10. He’s also got a ring, which carries more weight than any stat possibly could.

That’s likely why Adams has been vocal in his support of Rodgers becoming a Raider.

The wide receiver said he would “one million percent” be in favor of the team trading for Rodgers, per Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Adams called a reunion with his former Green Bay Packers teammate “a dream scenario.”

Vincent Bonsignore Twitter

Adams also replied to Las Vegas Locally who asked, “Which neighborhood is Aaron Rodgers moving to?”

He answered, “Mine.”

When Rodgers was told about Adam’s comments and that he was looking for a neighbor, Rodgers responded, “Tell him to buy me a house with all that money he has.”

While Rodgers has spent his whole career as a Packer, he could be moved this offseason if the team decides it wants to hand things over to 2020 first-round pick Jordan Love. Much like #12 did before him with Favre, Love has been patiently waiting on his turn at the helm.

Another factor that could come into play is Raiders Head Coach Josh McDaniels, who is known as a ‘quarterbacks guy’ and is a vocal admirer of the future Hall of Famer. He would make it as easy an environment as he could for a veteran of Aaron Rodgers‘ stature.

Pro Football Talk also recently reported that a source informed them that the Raiders were “absolutely” counting on Brady to be available. However, following his retirement announcement, the source allegedly predicted they would begin working to lure Rodgers.

Aaron Rodgers via Green Bay Packers YouTube

So, there are many arrows pointing toward the desert right now for a guy who’s been known in the past for being a big-game gambler. Perhaps the Raiders and Rodgers could end up being the perfect Las Vegas marriage.

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