Aaron Rodgers, the quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, declared that he would be joining the New York Jets this year.
Joe Douglas, the general manager of the Jets, openly declared that Aaron Rodgers "will be here."
One of the most anticipated trades in league history, however, has not yet taken place.
According to reports, the Jets' ownership objected to the Packers' demand for Rodgers, who sees himself as the best player in team history.
In recent weeks, discussions have slowed to the point where the two organizations have stopped even discussing a potential trade.
If Aaron Rodgers would to waive his no-trade clause and sign with them, the San Francisco 49ers and Tennessee Titans would reportedly be interested in trading for him.
The Jets and Packers are back at the negotiation table to try to work out a deal for the Super Bowl champion quarterback as the NFL Draft gets underway on Thursday.
"Sources report that the #Jets and #Packers recently resumed trade discussions involving star QB Aaron Rodgers after a lull in activity for a couple of weeks.
Although an agreement is not imminent, the two parties are at least in communication in the hopes that one might (finally) be reached this week.