Packers Aaron Rodgers says he thinks of retirement all the time and can definitely see the end coming

quarterback is back in Green Bay after signing a in March, but that doesn't mean Jay Bruce Jersey the 38-year-old isn't thinking about hanging up his cleats. The future Hall of Famer admits that he thinks about retirement often.Rodgers said the game can become a lot, and as he ages, his goals are changing."I think about (retirement) all the time," Rodgers said that TNT ran after "The Match" golf event. "And I resonate with what Tom Brady said about the mindset of 55-45 (percentage of wanting to play). When you commit, you're 100%."Rodgers compared his situation to nearly 45-year-old Aaron Altherr Jersey quarterback , who , this offseason. "The older you get, the interests change and the grind, I think, wears on you Darren Daulton Jersey a little bit more, and the football part, that's the easy part. That's the joy," Rodgers said. "It's the other stuff that wears on you and makes you think about life after football. Tommy obviously set the bar so high with playing so many years, but I can definitely see the end coming."There Carlos Santana Jersey were rumors all last season that Rodgers' time in Green Bay might be over, especially after the team traded up to take quarterback in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. But Rodgers has played in all but one game since and performed incredibly well, becoming the first since Peyton Manning in 2008-09. Then he signed an extension. That doesn't mean he won't retire soon, but for now, he Juan Samuel Jersey 's gearing up for another season in Green Bay to chase his second Super Bowl.