Rodgers: 'A lot of Raider fans' encouraging me to come to Vegas
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said Raiders fans have been encouraging him to come to Las Vegas at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
"I'm just going to say the predominant team that we hear as we're walking is Raiders," Rodgers said when asked if there's a favorite color or city on his mind for next season, per CBS Sports. "A lot of Raider fans are encouraging me. A lot of 'Davante (Adams) misses you' comments."
Adams teased on social media Thursday about a possible reunion with his former teammate. A fan at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am said, "I heard Davante is looking for a neighbor," and Rodgers replied, "Tell him to buy me a house."
Rodgers is still deciding on whether he wants to return for a 19th NFL season and then must decide if he wants to continue playing for the Packers or request a trade.
The 39-year-old says he's still a couple of weeks away from making a decision on his playing future.
"It's going to be a little more time for my decision," Rodgers said Tuesday during his weekly appearance on "The Pat McAfee Show."
"I feel confident that in a couple of weeks, I'll feel definitely more strongly about one of the two decisions."
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is expected to be released or traded before his $40.4-million salary for the next two seasons becomes fully guaranteed. Once Carr is out of Las Vegas, the Raiders will look for another starting quarterback.
Rodgers and Adams spent eight years together in Green Bay before Adams was traded in March 2022.
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