Don't expect Aaron Rodgers to hang up his spikes anytime soon. The star Packers quarterback may be coming off a season during which he broke his collarbone for the second time in his career, but he's still supremely confident that he's going to stick around in the league for a long time yet.
Rodgers is headed into his age-35 season, and if he gets his way, he'll stick around for at least five more years after 2018.
"I'd love to play to 40," Rodgers told NBC's Peter King.
Rodgers said he wants to be able to move like he does now, or close to it, when he turns 40. That will be the key. He mentioned Tom Brady and Brett Favre as examples. Rodgers also said he wants to stick with the Packers, but his current contract has two seasons left.