'Take Some Of The Emotion Out Of It': Aaron Rodgers Still Undecided On Future After Winning Fourth NFL MVP

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Ernesto Cova

Amid all the controversy and uncertainty, Aaron Rodgers was crowned NFL MVP for the fourth time in his career.

He led the Green Bay Packers' offense to yet another impressive campaign in the regular season, yet they couldn't get the job done in the playoffs.

Now, his future is up in the air again and no one knows for sure what's his next move going to be.

Rodgers Has Had Some Good Talks With The Packers

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And even though most insiders predicted he'd pack his bags and leave, it now seems like he and the Packers are in a good place, as he claimed to have some positive talks with the organization:

“I was obviously frustrated about some things in the offseason,” Rodgers said, per USA Today. “We had a ton of conversations, and I just felt like there was so much growth, and I’m so thankful for that. I’m thankful for the relationships really with Brian as much as anybody, because there were obviously some things that were voiced in the offseason privately between him and myself, and I’m just thankful for the response.

Rodgers Lauds The Packers' Efforts

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Number 12 explained how the front office went to great lengths to please him and solve the issues he pointed out in the last offseason, stating that their efforts didn't go unnoticed at all:

“There were a lot of things that were done to make me feel really special and important to the present, the past and the future of the franchise, and I’ve got to say that (director of football operations) Russ (Ball) and Brian especially had a big hand in that. And it didn’t go unnoticed," Rodgers added.

Rodgers Won't Make A Decision Out Of Emotion

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Rodgers also said that it won't take long before he makes a decision about his future. For him, the most important thing is to take emotion out of the evaluation process:

“I think you have to take some of the emotion out of it,” Rodgers said, “and then kind of lean into understanding what it takes to revamp and feeling like what’s the best place – the best decision – for me moving forward. Not really place, more just what does it take to commit to a season, if that’s what I want to do.”

Now, we'll just have to wait and see what the future holds for one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever do it.