Aaron Rodgers has said he intends to play for the New York Jets next season as the star quarterback and four-time NFL MVP awaits the Green Bay Packers. exchange.

Rodgers made the comments Wednesday during an appearance on The Pat McAfee Show on YouTube and Sirius XM. Rodgers, 39, said he thinks the Packers want to move forward and make 2020 first-round pick Jordan Love their starting quarterback.

“At this point, I think since Friday I’ve made it clear that my intention is to play and my intention is to play for the New York Jets,” Rodgers said. I haven’t blocked anything at this point. It’s the compensation the Packers are trying to get for me that’s the main issue. »

Packers president and general manager Mark Murphy acknowledged that the team allowed the Jets to speak with Rodgers. The Jets sent a contingent including owner Woody Johnson, coach Robert Saleh and general manager Joe Douglas to Rodgers’ home in Southern California last week.