Aaron Rodgers next team odds: Packers, Raiders and Jets among contenders
Rodgers' time in Green Bay might be coming to an end. Photo by Morry Gash/AP.

The quarterback carousel is already spinning even though there are still three NFL games to play.

The latest: Maybe it was a good thing the Green Bay Packers burned a first-round pick on Jordan Love back in 2020. Aaron Rodgers is the latest signal caller whose future is muddled amid reports that the Packers are considering trading the superstar. Green Bay should have no shortage of dance partners — including the Las Vegas Raiders — if he decides to keep playing.

Check out the latest Aaron Rodgers next team odds.

Aaron Rodgers next team odds

Check out the latest odds on which team Aaron Rodgers will play for next. Click linked odds below to add selection to your betslip.

TeamOdds (Jan. 26)
Green Bay Packers-150
Any other team+350
Las Vegas Raiders+450
New York Jets+500
Tennesee Titans+1,000

Odds as of 9:24 a.m. ET on 01/30/2023.

Best odds to land Aaron Rodgers

The favourite: Packers (-150)

Rodgers and the Packers played this same song and dance last year only for him to return to Green Bay for an 18th season.

That acrimonious saga ended with the four-time MVP inking a three-year, $150 million contract, which will likely be reworked this offseason.

It's a hefty cap hit for any team, but Rodgers is synonymous with the Packers and that's probably why they're slim favourites to retain him here.

The quarterback's name is littered throughout Green Bay's record books. Rodgers leads the team in passing touchdowns (445), touchdowns in a season (48) and passing yards in a season (4,643), among others.

He won a Super Bowl with the team in 2011 and brought them to an additional three NFC championship games since then. But that relationship has soured over the past few years due to a combination of front-office decisions and a lack of playoff success.

Rodgers' favourite target — Davante Adams — was traded to the Raiders last offseason and the team's on-field performance suffered as a result.

The Packers went from winning 13 games in each of the prior three seasons to just eight in 2022, missing the playoffs as a result. Rodgers also threw for the fewest passing yards in a season where he's played 15-plus games (3,695).

Next best odds to land Aaron Rodgers

Las Vegas Raiders (+450)

Las Vegas is a logical landing spot for Rodgers.

The Raiders have the ninth-most cap space and can save an additional $29.25 million by cutting Derek Carr. They're also in the AFC. Losing a franchise legend would sting, but sending him cross-conference could be more palatable.

It also opens the door for a reunion between Rodgers and Adams.

The duo was among the league's best from 2017-2021 and Adams hasn't lost a step in Vegas. The wideout led the league in receiving touchdowns (14) this year and recorded his second-most receiving yards ever (1,516).

The Black and Silver also need a bonafide gunslinger to compete with the likes of Patrick Mahomes, Justin Herbert and Russell Wilson every year (maybe not Wilson but he's still worth mentioning).

Josh McDaniels has a lot to prove as a head coach, but he's an offence-first kind of guy and that should appeal to Rodgers.

Teams to watch

New York Jets (+500)

The Jets are among the list of teams vying for Lamar Jackson's services and they'll continue to go big-game hunting with Rodgers on the market.

New York's offence averaged the fourth-fewest PPG of any team in the league (17.4) but that was buoyed by an elite defence ranked top five in scoring (18.6) and yards allowed (311.1).

It's not like the Jets don't have talent on that side of the ball, either.

Garrett Wilson, Corey Davis and Elijah Moore form a three-headed monster in the receiving corps while Breece Hall and Michael Carter are a capable one-two punch out of the backfield.

The only thing holding them back was their quarterback situation. Rodgers seems like a surefire way to put them into contention in a deep AFC East.

Add in the fact that New York hired Nathaniel Hackett — who was Rodgers' offensive coordinator in Green Bay — at OC and there might be something cooking here.

Tennessee Titans (+1,000)

Tennessee is still picking up the pieces from a historically bad collapse.

The Titans lost seven straight games to close out their season and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2018.

There are a lot of problems on that roster, but the most glaring issue is at quarterback. Ryan Tannehill suffered a season-ending injury and Malik Willis was incapable of backing him up.

The Titans could part ways with Tannehill to recoup $19.8 million in cap savings and that would leave sufficient room for Rodgers.

But does he want to play there?

Derrick Henry is a beast but Tennesee is one of the few teams with even fewer receiving threats than Green Bay.

The Titans would have to shuffle some pieces around to make this deal work.

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