Aaron Rodgers looks around at older quarterbacks getting chances to keep playing, and he’s encouraged.
Even if a couple of them changing teams late in their careers bugs him a little, as well.
During an interview with Pat McAfee and former teammate A.J. Hawk, the Packers quarterback said the examples of new Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady, new Colts quarterback Philip Rivers, and Saints fixture Drew Brees, the 36-year-old Rodgers said he can imagine doing the same.
“How do you not?” Rodgers said of considering playing into his 40s.