The Las Vegas Raiders could try to make Aaron Rodgers their starting quarterback for the 2023 season. Now that the Raiders can't sign a retiring Tom Brady, a trade attempt with the Green Bay Packers for Rodgers is a logical next step.

A source who told ProFootballTalk that the Raiders were going to consider signing Brady believes that Las Vegas will try to trade for Rodgers. It's become abundantly clear that the Raiders are moving on from Derek Carr and need a new starting quarterback.

Raiders wide receiver and former Packers star Davanate Adams is ready to reunite with his former signal-caller. When a local Las Vegas Twitter account asked Adams which neighborhood Rodgers would be moving to, the receiver responded, "mine." Adams also shared a highlight of himself catching a pass from Rodgers in Green Bay on his Instagram page.

The Packers traded Adams to the Raiders last offseason, leaving a glaring hole at wide receiver for Green Bay. Rodgers often couldn't hide his frustration with the Packers' young receivers on the way to an 8-9 record.

Adams ranked third in the league with 1,516 receiving yards and caught a league-high 14 touchdown passes. Rodgers won back-to-back MVP awards when Adams was his No. 1 receiver.

It remains to be seen if Rodgers would want to play for the Raiders. Las Vegas missed the playoffs with a 6-11 record. Although Carr had one of the worst seasons of his career, the quarterback position was hardly the Raiders' only problem.

Rodgers has yet to decide if he wants to play in the 2023 season. Assuming the four-time MVP returns, the Packers are expected to at least pursue trade options. There continue to be more rumblings Green Bay will seriously think about moving on from its future Hall of Fame quarterback.

Carr said goodbye to Raiders fans at the end the regular season, indicating that he's done after nine years with the franchise. Las Vegas benched Carr for its last two games in the first step toward either trading or releasing the long-time Raiders quarterback.

The Raiders are only two years removed from going 10-7 and making the playoffs. Before their Super Bowl run, the Cincinnati Bengals defeated Las Vegas in a close wild-card playoff game.

The New York Jets are viewed as one of the top possible landing spots for Rodgers.