Going through the timeline of the Aaron Rodgers fiasco would take up too much space. So let’s recap it asap. Rodgers now wants to get out of Green Bay and the two sides feel as if their journey along Lombardi Ave. their each has achieved.

At least that’s on Rodger’s side. And no matter what Packer’s GM Brian Gutekunst and CEO Mark Murphy say, the 37-year-old star is messing up their plans.

Should he be available, the Washington Football team would at least have to consider the option if they wanted to switch to win-now mode.

NFL.com’s Cynthia Freeland recently posted three separate trading scenarios outlining what could happen to Rodgers if Washington traded for him. In this scenario, WFT gives up a franchise piece, but ends up as a three-time MVP in return.

  • Washington receives: QB Aaron Rodgers
  • Green Bay receives: OLB Montez Sweat, first round selection 2022, first round selection 2023, second round selection 2022 and conditional fourth round selection 2022

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This isn’t the first deal WFT fans have seen this month in which Rodgers moves to the DC club. ESPN’s Bill Barnwell recently released his off-season trading scenarios. Washington has given up more players but kept one of its stars.

  • Washington receives: QB Aaron Rodgers
  • Green Bay receives: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, DL Matt Ioannidis, first round selection 2022, first round selection 2023, second round selection 2022, second round selection 2023

Of the two deals, Barnwell plays more for WFT. A hit since leaving the state of Mississippi in 2019, Sweat continues to grow into one of the league’s young, promising pass-rushers.

The sweat played in 66 percent of the snaps last season with the shift to Jack Del Rio’s 4-3 front. He recorded 45 tackles, 12 tackles for losses, 20 quarterback hits, nine sacks, six pass diversions, two forced fists, and one interception returned for a touchdown.

The transition back to its natural defensive end bode well for its production and made it an important piece in the future of the organization.

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“”[Sweat] could add a lot of upside potential to the packers right away, and ultimately they’d inherit a rookie deal, “reported Frelund.

Would Green Bay really be ready to accept Barnwell’s deal? Fitzpatrick would be a mentor to QB Jordan Love’s sophomore year for one more season. Ioannidis is at least adding value and has experience as a 3-4 defender, which makes him an upgrade over Dean Lowrey.

It is enough? It’s hard to turn down so many tips, but we say Green Bay would probably say no. In the sweat deal, the Packers grab an affordable pass rusher who still has three years on his rookie contract – leaving time to expand the cap.

Arguing that quarterback is not the missing piece for WFT in 2021 is not the obstacle here. Washington would jump to the forefront of the NFC battle with such a blockbuster. However, the WFT would have to convince on two fronts: First, the packers should be satisfied with an offer. Second, making Aaron Rodgers happy – something his Wisconsin bosses will tell you is not an easy task.

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