Aaron Rodgers posts goodbye message to Packers fans

Aaron Rodgers posted an in-depth farewell to the Green Bay Packers and their fans on Tuesday evening with his trade to the New York Jets imminent.Rodgers will be introduced by the Jets Wednesday afternoon after the terms of a long-awaited trade for the four-time MVP were reportedly finalized Monday.Rodgers spent 18 seasons with the Packers, succeeded Brett Favre as their starting quarterback and led them to one Super Bowl title.”I’m not sure it’s possible to fully express the gratitude that I have to the @packers, our incredible fans, the state of Wisconsin, the thousands of players that I crossed paths with, the incredible men and women who work for the organization, and the amazing people who I got to meet along the way, in one post with 10 pictures, but I hope you read this and feel my heart and soul, filled with love, joy, and peace about my time in green and gold,” Rodgers wrote.”I grew up in Green Bay, drafted at 21, fell in love with the game, met some lifelong friends, and take with me memories that will last a lifetime.”Rodgers took the time to name employees in Green Bay’s equipment department, training room, weight room and public relations department.