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W 24-22
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Rodgers says once he retires, he won't make any comeback

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says he can't envision coming out of retirement once he ends his playing career.

Rodgers has said he hasn't decided whether to return to the Packers, pursue a trade or retire. The three-time MVP went into more details about his future Tuesday on "The Pat McAfee Show" on YouTube and SiriusXM.

"One thing I would not do, 100% not do, is retire and then come back a year later," Rodgers said. "I don't have any desire to do that. That makes no sense."

NFC North Division
xyz-Green Bay 1340.765
Minnesota 890.471
Chicago 6110.353
Detroit 3131.206
Full Standings
Pass Yds: A. Rodgers4115
Pass TDs: A. Rodgers37
Rush Yds: A. Dillon803
Rush TDs: A. Dillon5
Rec Yds: D. Adams1553
Rec TDs: D. Adams11
Int: R. Douglas5
Sacks: R. Gary9.5
Offense (Rank)
Yards: 6215 (10)
Passing Yards: 4526 (9)
Rushing Yards: 1900 (18)
Points per game: 26.5 (9)
Yards per game: 365.6 (10)
Touchdowns: 52 (7)
Field Goals: 25 (23)
Defense (Rank)
Yards: 5579 (9)
Passing Yards: 4021 (13)
Rushing Yards: 1855 (11)
Points per game: 21.8 (14)
Yards per game: 328.2 (9)
Touchdowns: 44 (20)
Field Goals: 19 (1)
Date Player Transactions
1/25 K. Benkert signed
1/25 C. Blair signed
1/25 K. Ento signed
1/25 D. Etling signed
1/25 I. Gaines signed
1/25 L. Hamilton signed
1/25 M. Menet signed
1/25 J. Molson signed
1/25 C. Van Lanen signed
1/25 R. Wilborn signed
Date Player Status
1/22 J. Alexander shoulder (Questionable)
1/22 D. Bakhtiari knee (Questionable)
1/22 M. Valdes-Scantling back (Doubtful)
1/9 D. Bakhtiari knee (Questionable)
1/9 D. Campbell elbow (Questionable)
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