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Aaron Rodgers thinks he can win the MVP again, with the Packers or elsewhere

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Aaron Rodgers isn’t playing in the NFL playoffs for the first time in a long time and he has taken the past days figuring out his future, having talks with the Green Bay Packers and trying to put everything on the balance scale and make a decision whether or not to return to play football next season.

After a one week hiatus, the quarterback was once again part of “Aaron Rodgers Tuesday’s” a segment in “The Pat McAfee Show” on Youtube, in which he has a weekly interview during the NFL season, that has now been extended to his offseason since he missed the playoffs.

Aaron Rodgers thinks he can win the MVP again

Aaron Rodgers isn’t sure about continuing to play football in the NFL and says he’ll take some time off to make sure he’s in a good physical and mental shape to make that decision, even though he thinks he can still win the MVP of the league if he’s placed in the right situation, which could be with the Packers or another team.

“Do I still think I can play? Of course. Of course. Can I play at a high level? Yeah. The highest. I think I can win MVP again, in the right situation. The right situation – is that Green Bay or is that somewhere else? I’m not sure,” Rodgers told Pat and the boys.

Aaron Rodgers also said that the Packers must make a decision

The Green Bay Packers will have to make some decisions of their own this offseason, despite Aaron Rodgers having time to figure out if he wants to continue playing in the NFL, as the quarterback acknowledged.

Rodgers said he had talks last week with the Packers front office and management and expressed they’ll take some time apart before having another meeting.

“We had all the conversations I think we wanted to have about football for now. They’re not pressing for any type of specific answer, and I’m not mentally or physically at that point to give one.”

He also took the opportunity to address Jordan Love’s future with the franchise, explaining is a decision the Packers have to make, …

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