Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers wants you to know that he won’t be like legendary counterpart Tom Brady when it comes to playing football to the age of 45.
The future Hall of Fame QB spoke to a group of press earlier this week and said that he plans to retire well before he reaches Brady’s age.
“I’ll be doing something else. I have a lot of other interests outside the game. The game has been really, really good to me. I feel I have given my all to the game. At some point, it will be time to do something else. And I strongly believe that will be before [I am] forty-five [years old],” Rodgers said.
Rodgers and Brady face each other this week, as Green Bay takes on Tampa Bay in a big NFC matchup. It will be the third time since signing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that Brady has gone head-to-head with Rodgers, with the Bucs defeating the Green Bay Packers in the teams’ two previous meetings, including in the 2021 NFC Championship.
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