The Green Bay Packers season ended unexpectedly Saturday night in a divisional round loss to the San Francisco 49ers. With the Packers eliminated from the playoffs early once again, talk has focused on the future of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Former Packers quarterback and Green Bay legend, Brett Favre, shared his thoughts on the radio station WNSP-FM 101.5 in Alabama.

“I think we may have seen the last of Aaron in Green Bay… I don’t know that for certain. It’s just a gut [feeling]. He may try his hand somewhere else now.”

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Favre’s shocking admission counters the opinion he had only a few days ago. On Tuesday, he was noted saying he thought Rodgers still had some unfinished business and that was winning a Super Bowl with Green Bay.

The future of Rodgers is one of the biggest topics outside of the upcoming championship games. Reportedly, former Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett is taking the head coaching position with the Denver Broncos. Denver happens to be one of the few teams in the NFL that has an elite roster, but is missing a quarterback.

After the loss on Saturday, Rodgers expressed his displeasure with playing for a team rebuilding. Green Bay is likely going to lose a lot of key players to free agency this offseason. The Broncos, Pittsburgh Steelers and New Orleans Saints all seemed to be a good fit for Rodgers.

Earlier Thursday, Ben Roethlisberger officially announces his retirement from the NFL. Pittsburgh has a solid defense, a running game and an above-average wealth at wide receiver. They do not have a reliable quarterback. Meanwhile, the Saints are in a similar situation. But after Sean Payton unexpectedly left the team this week, that seems like a less likely destination.