Now that Davante Adams has joined Aaron Rodgers in plotting an eventual way out from the Green Bay Packers organization, is it feasible that the dynamic wide receiver-quarterback combo could be a blockbuster package trade deal?
Yes. Yes, it is. However, it’d obviously take a lot for any interested suitor to land Rodgers and Adams together. Only two teams stand out as logical possibilities who’d even entertain this notion. Find out who they are.
Miami Dolphins use Xavien Howard contract spat to land Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams
Packers get: QB Tua Tagovailoa, CB Xavien Howard, DL Christian Wilkins, WR DeVante Parker, three 1st-round picks.
Dolphins get: QB Aaron Rodgers and WR Davante Adams
Buying insurance for Jordan Love with Tua Tagovailoa might not be the best way for Green Bay to go about handling its future at the quarterback position, but then again, it’s not like the front office cared about Rodgers’ emotions, right?
As long as the Packers could find a low-cost veteran mentor or make do with Blake Bortles in that role, a competition between Love and Tagovailoa to be Rodgers’ successor would be amazing to see.
Plus, Green Bay needs a better cornerback opposite Jaire Alexander. Who better to get than the reigning NFL interception leader? Howard isn’t happy with his contract situation in Miami, and he’d be the only huge cap hit coming to the Packers in this deal.