The Chicago Bears have had a below-average quarterback for a long time. Would an aging Aaron Rodgers ever play for them late in his career?
The Chicago Bears have had a cold hard reality when it comes to their history with the hated Green Bay Packers. Well, the Packers made a very interesting draft choice a week ago when they selected quarterback, Jordan Love, from Utah State University. That seems like a real insult to their franchise quarterback, Aaron Rodgers. He has been a top-ten quarterback who ever lived but the Packers felt the need to add his potential replacement anyway.
ESPN’s Tony Kornheiser has gone on his show, Pardon the Interruption, multiple times, and ripped this pick made by the Green Bay Packers. He even said that Aaron Rodgers should request a trade. His co-host, Chicago native Mike Wilbon, said that he could see him playing for the Chicago Bears someday. That really would be something for Rodgers and the Bears if he ever came to Chicago.