"It's never been discussed inside the building or outside the building," Green Bay general manager Ted Thompson told the Green Bay Press-Gazette when asked about the chances of a deal that would include Rodgers.
Rodgers was the Packers' first round pick (No. 24 overall) in the 2005 NFL draft and is expected to be Green Bay's quarterback of the future.
"I think [Aaron's] a very talented guy," Thompson said. "He's everything we thought of in terms of intelligence, and his physical ability, his ability to throw the ball. I like the way he handles himself around the team."
Last season, Rodgers completed six of 15 passes for 46 yards before breaking his left foot during a 35-0 loss to the New England Patriots on Nov. 19. Rodgers was placed on IR after the injury.
The former Cal QB is expected to back up veteran Brett Favre this season.