Whether or not Aaron Rodgers gets traded, the Green Bay Packers need another quarterback. Jordan Love is the only other signal caller on the roster with OTAs and training camp on the horizon.

Green Bay has started to look into adding another quarterback, ESPN reports. Rodgers has made it clear that he doesn’t want to return to the Packers, making it unlikely that he’ll show up for voluntary workouts.

The Packers don’t plan on trading Rodgers, creating a staring contest between the two sides. Rodgers is reportedly willing to stay home and forfeit millions of dollars if he isn’t moved, and Green Bay isn’t entertaining offers from other teams.

The decision by the Packers to trade up and pick Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft without consulting Rodgers has played a role in the MVP’s dissatisfaction with the team. It remains to be seen if Love can be a competent NFL player.

A few quarterbacks who are capable of being backups and potentially starting a game or two are available in free agency. Here are five options for Green Bay.

Blake Bortles

It was only a little over three years ago that Bortles led the Jacksonville Jaguars to the AFC Championship Game. The quarterback lost his starting job the next season and has only attempted two passes since 2019. Bortles has 103 touchdown passes and 75 interceptions in his career.

Brian Hoyer

If Rodgers isn’t around to show Love the ropes, Hoyer might be Green Bay’s best option in free agency. The 35-year-old has spent 12 seasons in the NFL and he won a Super Bowl with the New England Patriots as Tom Brady’s backup. Hoyer has made 39 starts and played in 70 career games.

Nick Mullens

After spending three seasons with the San Francisco 49ers, Mullens is a free agent. The quarterback played surprisingly good football with a 90.8 passer rating in 2018. Mullens had trouble holding onto the starting job when Jimmy Garoppolo got hurt last season, going 2-6 with 12 touchdown passes and 12 interceptions.

Matt Barkley

Since being drafted in 2013, Barkley hasn’t spent significant time as a starter. Barkley has a 2-5 career record with a 66.6 passer rating. He was the Buffalo Bills’ backup in the last three seasons.

Robert Griffin III

Griffin has hung around in the NFL since a devastating knee injury altered his career as a rookie. Most recently with the Baltimore Ravens, Griffin made one start in 2020. The veteran has one touchdown pass and four interceptions over the last three years.

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Aaron Rodgers #12 and Aaron Jones #33 of the Green Bay Packers celebrate after Jones scored a touchdown in the third quarter against the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field on September 20, 2020 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Dylan Buell/Getty Images