Rodgers tweets he could play another 12 years

Ever since Tom Brady was able to have a career season and win a Super Bowl at age 39, it seems like every quarterback thinks they’re ageless.

Joining Brady and Drew Brees in the “I can play until I’m 45” conversation is Green Bay Packers gunslinger Aaron Rodgers.

After the Packers tweeted to celebrate the 12-year anniversary of drafting Number 12 to their squad, Rodgers responded with an optimistic proposition.

Rodgers, 33, has gotten some support on the matter from head coach Mike McCarthy, who said in March that the quarterback could easily play into his 40s.

Just a reminder: only one quarterback has ever played past the age of 45.

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