Aaron Rodgers’ move to the New York Jets is not yet in the bag. However, it could then lead to an interesting TV situation.
New York Jets fans are currently hoping that their club will come to an agreement with the Green Bay Packers on a move for superstar Aaron Rodgers.
The 39-year-old confirmed on the “Pat McAfee Show” that he wants to move to the Big Apple.
A nice side effect: Jets and NFL fans may be able to look over Rodgers’ shoulder as he prepares for the season. Because with the mega-trade, the Jets would undoubtedly be top favourites to win the new season of “Hard Knocks”, which has been broadcast by HBO since 2001.
New York Jets one of four teams
New York Jets one of four teams to be selected to be available for the documentary that follows NFL teams during summer training camp. The other three teams are the Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints and Washington Commanders.
Theoretically, it’s also possible a team could volunteer, but the likelihood is slim.
Funfact: Rodgers hasn’t been a major player yet because the Packers haven’t participated in the documentary.
One of the stipulations of the Emmy-winning series is that the selected team has not been in the playoffs in the past two seasons and has not changed its head coach for this season.
Last year, NFL fans were able to take a look behind the scenes of the Detroit Lions around German wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown.