Will Davante Adams follow in Aaron Rodgers' footsteps?

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No one has any doubt in the NFL world that Aaron Rodgers is one of the best, if not the best quarterback in the game today, likewise, the main weapon of the #12 of the Green Bay Packers is wide receiver Davante Adams.

What is not very clear is what will happen with Rodgers after finishing this season, the future Hall of Famer admitted last Wednesday that after finishing playing with Green Bay in this campaign, which he hopes will be won his second Super Bowl, he will consider to continue playing with this team or with another one or even retire and from that decision, Adams' future in the NFL will also depend.

Adams is a free agent at the end of the season

"I mean, I'm sure. ... Naturally. Why wouldn't it? I'm playing with the best quarterback to play the game," Adams said. "There's nothing other than having a connection that I built up with my guy, and playing a certain way, so there's that expectation, there's that friendship built up in it."

Adams' contract expires after this season so he becomes an unrestricted free agent, so returning to Green Bay is one of his options, but if Rodgers doesn't follow him to another team.

"There's a lot that goes into it, so obviously to a certain extent it won't be the end-all, be-all, but it'll definitely be something I'm monitoring and paying attention to, to see where his head is at after all of this."

Looking to reach his first Super Bowl

The Packers (12-3) have the best record in the entire NFL so if they win their two remaining games (vs. Minnesota Vikings and at Detroit Lions) they would play the entire NFC postseason at Lambeau Field.

Adams has been elected to five Pro Bowls, however, he has never been able to play in the Super Bowl as Green Bay since coming to the NFL in 2014 has been left in the NFC Championship Game four times, including the last two seasons.

"Paying a little bit more attention, locking in and enjoying my time with my teammates now, because you never know. I've been in four NFC Championship games, and it's a new team every year. So at this point I'm just trying to enjoy it and go play football, and kind of like Aaron said, just savor these moments because you don't know what will happen. But I obviously I love being a Packer, I love being here."

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