The former glory of the Packers Brett Favre believes that his worthy successor in the position of quarterback Aaron Rodgers won’t end his career in Green Bay.
“I think that Aaron will end his career elsewhere, he said, Wednesday, during an interview on the Rich Eisen Show, associated with the network, NBC Sports, and available on YouTube. This is what my instinct tells me.”
Rodgers, who is now 36 years old, is changing yet with the Packers for the past fifteen years. It had been a first-round, 24th overall, in the draft of 2005, when Favre was still in Green Bay.
“It is now common, not only in football but in all sports, has just explained Rodgers. Joe Montana, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, and myself, to name a few, have all completed our career elsewhere.”
Like many supporters of the Packers, Favre believes, however, that Rodgers had to be surprised that the organization of the Green Bay selects a quarterback in the first round of the recent draft, is Jordan Love.
Favre, who has played with the New York Jets and the Minnesota Vikings after leaving the Packers at the end of the 2007 season, is well placed to know.
In the history of the Packers, Favre is still the one that holds the main records as a quarterback with 61 655 yards gains via the pass, which is nearly 15,000 more than Rodgers. The famous number 4 also included the 442 affected by air compared to 364 for the runner-up.