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NASHVILLE- Aaron Rodgers to the Tennessee Titans? At least that's part of the latest rumor on Tuesday afternoon, where, according to an article on Yardbarker, the Titans have reached out to the Green Bay Packers about the Super Bowl-winning quarterback. 

Last month, Rodgers made his desire to be traded to the New York Jets publicly. However, since that announcement, there has been little to no movement to resolve his request. 

Per the report, which can be found here, the San Francisco 49ers were the first team mentioned. Rodgers attended college at the University of California, Berkeley, a short distance from San Francisco. 

 The second team noted is the Titans, who have been rumored to be involved with every quarterback with a pulse in this draft class and free agency. 

You can now add another team to that list. According to a former NFL executive that spoke to NFL Analysis Network, the Tennessee Titans have reached out to the Packers about Aaron Rodgers. While the executive does caution that a deal with the Jets is most likely, the Titans are a team to watch should those talks actually fall through.

“While the likely outcome for (Aaron) Rodgers is still the Jets, the Titans have reached out recently. If things fall apart with New York, Tennessee would have a shot at acquiring him.”

It was just over a year ago when the first Rodgers to Tennessee rumors began after it was reported that the quarterback had purchased land and was building a house in the Nashville suburb of Franklin, Tn.  

Now 14 months later, the Titans are again interested in Rodgers, per this report. 

While the Titans may have kicked the tires on the what-if of the potential deal with the Jets falling through, I'm hard-pressed to believe this is anything more than a smokescreen, likely started by the Packers to light a fire in New York, that another team could be entering the trade picture for Rodgers.  

I can't wait to see the next rumors or how many there can be in the next eight days leading into the draft!  

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