Seahawks ranked as long-shots to land Packers QB Aaron Rodgers

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A number of NFL starting quarterbacks have been the source of this offseason’s drama, including long-time Packers signal-caller, Aaron Rodgers, whose future in Green Bay remains uncertain.

Unlike Seahawks quarterback, Russell Wilson, Rodgers does not have a no-trade clause in his current contract, and now that we’ve reached the all-important June 1 milestone, it’s time to take a look at potential landing spots for Rodgers should Green Bay ultimately decide to deal.

Nate Davis of USA TODAY ranked all 31 teams not named the Packers as possible destinations and the Seahawks came in as a long-shot at No. 17 overall.

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“Wilson also seems to be part of an unwinding football marriage, though he’s probably destined for at least one more year in the Emerald City,” Davis writes. “But even if the Seahawks could put together the framework of a Wilson-for-Rodgers scenario – and the cap ramifications alone aren’t insignificant – Wilson has the power to put the kibosh on it. And though Wilson played at the University of Wisconsin in 2011, Green Bay doesn’t seem all that conducive to his entrepreneurial aspirations or his wife’s musical career.”

Davis’ No. 1 spot for Rodgers in his list? The Denver Broncos.

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