Aaron Rodgers completes highly anticipated trade to New York Jets
East Rutherford, New Jersey - NFL star Aaron Rodgers has finally found his new home after a highly anticipated trade to the New York Jets.
On Monday, football fans finally got the long-awaited answer as to where the 39-year-old quarterback would end up next season.
After 18 years with the team, Rodgers has officially been traded from the Green Bay Packers to the New York Jets.
The Packers have received the 13th, 42nd, and 207th overall picks, as well as a conditional second-round pick in the 2024 draft, which will become a first-round pick if Rodgers plays more than half of the season's snaps.
The four-time MVP quarterback will swap his Green Bay jersey number 12 for 8, which is the number he wore during his college football days.
Rodgers hinted at joining Gang Green in March, saying that the move to New York was his "intention."
The Super Bowl XLV champion has yet to comment on the trade.
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