So many things are on the table as far as Aaron Rodgers' future. But one thing the star quarterback did rule out is coming back to the game once he's decided to leave.
During his customary Tuesday appearance on the "Pat McAfee Show," Rodgers mulled over his options going forward.
Rodgers and the Packers fell to the 49ers in the divisional round.
The three-time MVP struggled mightily against San Francisco's defense. After swiftly scoring an opening drive touchdown, Rodgers missed throws and reads that he usually never does. And seemed to lose faith in receivers not named Davante Adams after an early Marcedes Lewis fumble.
Packers leadership seems unified that they want the 10-time Pro Bowler back in Green Bay next season. But it's not clear that Aaron Rodgers wants to return to the team he's called home since 2005. Especially after such a rocky offseason heading into this past year.
Rodgers is on record that he doesn't want to be a part of a rebuild. And with the Packers cap situation it can't exactly be ruled out.