GREEN BAY, Wis. (WSAW) -- Former Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson retired about a week ago, but he's already eyeing a return with the Green Bay Packers.
"(If Aaron Rodgers called) it would probably be hard to say no," Nelson said on "The Dan Patrick Show".
Nelson and Rodgers were one of the most dynamite quarterback and receiver combos. Nelson spent 10 years in Green Bay where he and Rodgers broke the record for most touchdowns for a receiver-quarterback combination with 65.
Green Bay released Nelson in March of 2018. He later signed with the Oakland Raiders.