While the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles prepare for Super Bowl LVII, the NFL's other 30 teams have turned their attention to the offseason. That means it's time once again for the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers to engage in their annual "will they or won't they" drama. Frankly, it's long past time for both parties to go their separate ways. The Packers need to trade Rodgers this offseason.

Over the past few years, Rodgers and the Packers have had an uneasy truce. He has consistently thrown shade at the organization and its decision-making. Things came to a head following the 2020 NFL Draft when Green Bay spent a first-round pick on quarterback Jordan Love. Rodgers publicly expressed his displeasure, then went out and won back-to-back MVP awards. All the while he questioned the Packers' lack of investment in his offense and the dearth of weapons at his disposal. He also consistently questioned head coach Matt LaFleur.

Things changed during the 2022 offseason as Rodgers flirted with demanding a trade. Then the Packers traded his favorite target, Davante Adams, to the Las Vegas Raiders. Just when everyone thought he was ready to leave town, Rodgers opted to sign a massive, four-year, $200 million contract extension. It was a puzzling development after the two sides had been drifting apart for years. It appeared all was well in Green Bay and Rodgers would be with the franchise for the remainder of his career.