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Aaron Rodgers claims he likely won't continue playing at age 45 like Tom Brady.

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The two illustrious quarterbacks are still playing at an MVP level in the latter stages of their careers. The perception of what a quarterback's career can be like in the current era has been altered by Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady. Brady, 45, lost out to Rodgers, 38, for the final MVP award after the Buccaneers quarterback recorded one of his remarkable career's finest statistical seasons. Rodgers is coming off back-to-back MVP seasons.