Rodgers was selected by the Packers in the third round of the 2014 draft, and he was a reasonably useful part of Green Bay's receiving corps during his four years catching passes from Aaron Rodgers. His best season came in 2015, when he hauled in 58 passes for 510 yards and eight scores, including a memorable buzzer-beating Hail Mary in Detroit.
His post-Green Bay career has not been as kind to him. He signed with the Eagles in April of 2018, but a knee injury kept him off the field until November of that year, and he ultimately recorded just one regular-season catch. And even though Rodgers re-upped with Philadelphia last March, his season was derailed by a knee injury. He was released off IR with an injury settlement in September and re-signed in December, but he appeared in just one game.
He will try to resurrect his career in Washington, where he stands a decent chance of doing just that. Washington — which pursued Greg Olsen earlier this year — has very little talent at tight end at the moment, and outside of Delanie Walker, the free agent cupboard is pretty bare.
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While many quarterbacks have thrown passes for the Washington Redskins over the years, this quiz only lists the signal callers who led the team in passing yards in the years displayed.