One of the most talked-about subjects in the NFL offseason thus far has been the quarterback's future, and with free agency about to begin, Rodgers' next move may already be chosen.

"The choice has a sense of finality. I take it seriously. I don't want to bother anyone. Hey, I'm responding to inquiries about it because I receive them. It's essential to me, therefore that's why I'm talking about it.

After 18 seasons with the team, Rodgers' time in Wisconsin would come to an end if he left the Packers.

Even though the team frequently fell short of expectations, Rodgers achieved extraordinarily high levels of personal accomplishment during his time in Green Bay and won the Super Bowl once. He has the most passing touchdowns and yards in franchise history, respectively.