The trade involving Aaron Rodgers is about to take place. Even though it is widely believed that Aaron Rodgers will be sold to the New York Jets, the Green Bay Packers should keep their options open in case they are unable to reach a trade agreement with the Jets before the draft.
Fans might not like the idea of trading Aaron Rodgers to the San Francisco 49ers, but when you consider that Rodgers will probably only play football for another year or two, why not?
This year, San Francisco does not hold any picks in the first two rounds of the draft, but they do have multiple picks in the third round. In this hypothetical situation, the Niners trade one of their third-round picks to the Packers in exchange for a first-round selection in the year 2024. There are no constraints. Simply the very first instance of its kind.
The 49ers have established themselves as the team to beat in the NFC, while the Packers have received a significant benefit from the trade.
They strengthen their defensive backfield by selecting Jammie Robinson from Florida State with the 99th overall pick made by the 49ers.
Keith Sanchez of The Draft Network said in an article that Robinson “has many translatable traits that should make him a productive NFL player early on in his career.” “Robinson has been a productive college football player and has many traits that should make him a productive NFL player early on in his career,” Sanchez said.
The class of safeties is not very strong, but the Packers were able to address a need by selecting a talented player in the third round. There is a chance that Robinson will start.