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Aaron Rodgers Next Team Odds: Packers, Broncos & 49ers Favorites to Land Back-to-Back MVP

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Another offseason means another round of speculation regarding where Aaron Rodgers will suit up next season.

The back-to-back MVP has signaled that he’ll make a decision soon — namely, before the franchise tag tender date of March 8, when the Packers are likely to officially franchise tag Davante Adams.

Odds for which team Rodgers ends up playing for have been posted by DraftKings. The Packers are -250 favorites at time of writing, which implies odds of 71.4%.

The Broncos are second-best favorites at +350, which implies odds of 22.2%. Denver has hired a few coaches this offseason who are reportedly close to Rodgers and the Broncos are certainly in the market for a quarterback.

Meanwhile, the third-shortest odds belong to the 49ers at +800, Rodgers’ hometown team. Those odds imply a probability of about 11%.

Aaron Rodgers’ Next Team Odds

Odds are according to DraftKings and are only available in New Jersey, West Virginia, Indiana, New Hampshire, Colorado, Michigan and Illinois.

Team Odds
Green Bay Packers -250
Denver Broncos +350
San Francisco 49ers +800
Pittsburgh Steelers +1200
Indianapolis Colts +1200
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1400
New Orleans Saints +2000
Tennessee Titans +2000
Las Vegas Raiders +2200
Miami Dolphins +2500
Cleveland Browns +2500
Carolina Panthers +2500
Los Angeles Rams +3500
Arizona Cardinals +3500

Rodgers had a cryptic Instagram post earlier this week in which he thanked several of his teammates.

The four-time MVP indicated on the Pat McAfee Show on Tuesday that he had “just come out of a 12-day cleanse” and that his first thought was “intense gratitude” for his close friends.
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