The NFL offseason always brings about new twists and turns, and so NFL trade odds remain a popular market throughout the long wait for September. With the draft and free agency over with, most of the storylines ahead of the 2021 season have been settled.
Julio Jones is reportedly being traded to the Tennessee Titans, who were favorites to land the former Falcons wide receiver at +175 odds, which leaves disgruntled Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers as the lone big-name player possibly sporting a different jersey by Week 1.
Here's a look at the betting favorites for Rodgers' next team odds.
Aaron Rodgers next team odds
|Aaron Rodgers 2021 NFL team||Odds|
|Green Bay Packers||-140|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+1,225|
|New Orleans Saints||+1,225|
|San Francisco 49ers||+1,225|
|Washington Football Team||+1,550|
|New England Patriots||+2,600|
|New York Giants||+5,300|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+20,000|
|Los Angeles Rams||+20,000|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+20,000|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+20,000|
|New York Jets||+50,000|
Odds courtesy of Circa Sports as of June 6, 2021.
With the Green Bay Packers' selection of quarterback Jordan Love in the first round of last year's draft, it became clear Aaron Rodgers would not finish his career in Green Bay. Rodgers publicly admitted as much, with the similarities between the situation he found himself in, and the start of his career and the end of Brett Favre's, obvious to all.
Conversation around Rodgers' future was quieted by an MVP season from the Packers quarterback. That conversation returned with a fury in the hours leading up to the NFL Draft, after contract extension talks between Green Bay and Rodgers died and the star QB made a public demand for a trade.
Since it became public, there have been rumors — with the Broncos most often mentioned — as well as retirement, and even a suggestion that Rodgers could take the Jeopardy hosting job on a full-time basis.
While it seems things have cooled down again, it seems inevitable that the Rodgers storyline will eventually reach a conclusion. But with it all hanging in the balance between Green Bay and Rodgers, it's still very possible he starts Week 1 wearing something other than green and yellow.
NFL offseason tracker: Where did they go?
As the NFL offseason progresses, free agents will sign and players will get traded. Below is the list of notable players that have found new teams (or stayed with their old team) - and what their odds were of landing there.
|Player||New team||Old team||Odds|
|Carson Wentz||Indianapolis Colts||Philadelphia Eagles||+135|
|J.J. Watt||Arizona Cardinals||Houston Texans||+3,500|
|Dak Prescott||Dallas Cowboys||Dallas Cowboys||-3,300|
|Chris Godwin||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||-150|
|Allen Robinson||Chicago Bears||Chicago Bears||+150|
|Aaron Jones||Green Bay Packers||Green Bay Packers||+275|
|Von Miller||Denver Broncos||Denver Broncos||-220|
|JuJu Smith-Schuster||Pittsburgh Steelers||Pittsburgh Steelers||+225|
|Kenny Golladay||New York Giants||Detroit Lions||+280|
|Julio Jones||Tennessee Titans||Atlanta Falcons||+175|
|Sam Darnold||Carolina Panthers||New York Jets||+450|