A trade package for Green Bay Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers may not need to include a first-round pick, according to general manager Brian Gutekunst.

Gutekunst spoke to NFL media Monday at the Annual League Meetings and also stated there currently isn't a timeline for when a potential deal with the New York Jets could be done and that it's not very likely that Rodgers returns to the Packers next season, although that hasn't been completely ruled out either.

Rodgers, 39, announced his intention to play for the New York Jets on the Pat McAfee Show on March 15.

The relationship between Rodgers and the Packers' front office has been icy most of the offseason as Gutekunst revealed that he hasn't been in contact with the four-time league MVP since their initial conversations immediately following the season, despite multiple attempts to reach out.