Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers are regarded as two of the all-time great quarterbacks. Over the past few years, both men have led their teams to incredible success. However, because of his longevity, Brady is frequently regarded as being superior to the Packers’ star. Even though he was 44 years old, the now-Buccaneers quarterback finished second to Rodgers in the MVP race just a year ago.
Fans have been speculating as to whether A-Rod will follow in Brady’s footsteps as a result. Aaron Rodgers gave a direct response when asked about it on the occasion of Tom Brady’s 45th birthday. He said the following. by way of ProFootballTalk
“No, I don’t. But happy birthday, Tom,”
To be fair, any football player would be insane to claim that they will continue to play after age 45. One of the physically demanding sports in the world is arguably the NFL. Even if you only spend a brief period of time on the field, the risk of injury is very high. The Packers star’s decision to decline playing until he is 45 makes sense.
Aaron Rodgers has actually been considering retiring for the past few years. It was widely believed that Rodgers would retire after this season before agreeing to stay with the Packers this year. Naturally, this alarmed the fans. Fans continue to wonder if the star quarterback will continue to play after this season.
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