Aaron Rodgers shoots down idea he wouldn’t want to share Hall of Fame stage with Tom Brady

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers wouldn’t care if he retired this offseason and had to share a Pro Football Hall of Fame stage with Tom Brady and J.J. Watt.

The four-time MVP dismissed the idea fully during his weekly appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show” on Tuesday.

“The idea I wouldn’t want to share a stage with Tom and J.J. Watt is ridiculous,” Rodgers said. “That’s already going to be an incredible Hall of Fame class. That’s not even in the thought process. Their decisions don’t impact my own decision. It doesn’t make me want to come back so I can have my own stage. That’s not how I think. I don’t think like that.”

Brady and Watt retired from the NFL earlier this offseason. Rodgers said he’s still contemplating his football future and retirement remains on the table.

Part of his process will be a four-day sensory deprivation exercise in complete darkness at an undisclosed location.

If Rodgers did end up retiring, a 2028 Hall of Fame class featuring Rodgers, Brady and Watt could be arguably the best ever.

Despite outside speculation, a career celebration five years from now is not going to affect whether or not Rodgers decides to play a full football season in 2023.

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