Allen Lazard hints at a possible departure from the Packers: ‘I don’t know where I’m going to be at’

Allen Lazard will have a busy offseason deciding his future apparently, this after his comments once the Green Bay Packers were eliminated from the NFL playoffs last Sunday night by the Detroit Lions.

Lazard was asked his thoughts about the game having being potentially Aaron Rodgers final game with the franchise, to which he basically answered he’s focusing on himself.

“I don’t fu***n’ know. Sh*t, I don’t know where I’m going to be at, can’t worry about somebody else.”

Allen Lazard may have played his final game for the Packers

Allen Lazard expressed that before the game, he was able to think about the four years he’s been with the Packers, bracing for any potential outcome that could mean he never plays another home game at Lambeau Field.

“You know, definitely going to the game I kind of had a realization that my first game here and potentially my last game, which it is, was going to be vs. the Lions at home. I took just a few moments to soak it all in… to pat myself on the back I guess. Just be thankful for this opportunity and this experience to be here for 4-plus years now.”

Aaron Rodgers or Jordan Love and the Packers would surely love to have him back, but it looks like the franchise will first have to settle the quarterback position and then move on from there.