Packers give Davante Adams massive contract extension

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Davante Adams isn’t playing this week, and the Packers aren’t playing for anything. But they’re not playing around.

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Packers are giving the young wide receiver a long-term contract extension which will be worth around $14 million a year.

The deal will reportedly be for four or five years, and represents a huge investment for the future for a team that has generally taken care of its own receivers.

They’ve also committed to Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson in recent years, though this might not be a good sign for Cobb’s future.

Adams is out this week with a concussion, but caught 74 passes for 885 yards and 10 touchdowns this year, impressive since that was partially without Aaron Rodgers.

The former second-round pick would have been a free agent, and would have been a sought-after target, if the Packers had let him get to the market.

100 responses to “Packers give Davante Adams massive contract extension

  1. What a waste. You mean a guy who don’t even get over thousand yard gets paid more than Thielen who’s clearly better. Packas have paid Nelson and Cobb lot of money to be cheer leaders. lol, same thing will happen with Devante.

  2. I would have to think the team has a cheap out in year 2 or 3. As good as he’s become, if he gets his bell rung again, that could be it.

  3. After getting this far into it & this much closer to free agency, why not wait out the next few weeks to see what could have been thrown his way from the likes of the 9ers, Rams, Colts, & others probably looking to upgrade the position with some pretty deep pockets.

  4. Adams, Rodgers and Nelson. So that’s a lot of dough tied up in 3 players. Question is will they have enough left for the other 50 players while also trying to rebuild the D?

  5. 74 passes for 885 yards and 10 touchdowns………. oops they forgot multiple concussions, that’s a lot of money for someone who will be on the sidelines in concussion protocol. I hope he takes care of himself.

  6. corky2141 says:
    December 29, 2017 at 4:41 pm
    After getting this far into it & this much closer to free agency, why not wait out the next few weeks to see what could have been thrown his way from the likes of the 9ers, Rams, Colts, & others probably looking to upgrade the position with some pretty deep pockets.

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    Probably because regardless of what MN thinks – Aaron’s still better than those QB’s and if he can put up really good numbers without #12 most of the year, with him and realizing that most likely Cobb/Jordy is gone next year – He’s in line for a huge payday after this contract.

  7. I wish my Vikings were as good at scouting WRs as the pack. Guess we will stay in mediocre land while GB runs the plow over us year after year. skol.

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    Vikings have an undrafted free agent that just signed a 3 year deal with only $11 million guaranteed. And Stone Hands Adams couldn’t hold his jock on his best day. Not to mention that fifth rounder Diggs who is also better than any receiver on our roster. Once again, Rick has been playing chess while Ted has been playing Candy Land. And it’s showing in the standings with us missing the playoffs. Enough is enough!

  8. Great WR but not sure he is worth that kind of money IMO. This could mean the end of Randall Cobb even though he plays more out of the slot.

  9. Should have overpaid him by a few more million.

    Please lock up more of that salary cap on mediocre players hahahaha

  10. pats777 says:
    December 29, 2017 at 4:47 pm
    Adams, Rodgers and Nelson. So that’s a lot of dough tied up in 3 players. Question is will they have enough left for the other 50 players while also trying to rebuild the D?

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    I dont expect Nelson to be here without renegotiation.

  11. 2017nfcnchampions says:
    December 29, 2017 at 4:54 pm
    74 passes for 885 yards and 10 touchdowns………. oops they forgot multiple concussions, that’s a lot of money for someone who will be on the sidelines in concussion protocol. I hope he takes care of himself.

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    Who creates a username bragging about division championships.

    A fan of the vikings?

    Lol

  12. Rodgers walks into A Barr says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:01 pm
    That’s a lot of money for a #2 Receiver. #3 on most teams.

    A very Cleveland-esque move. Good for them.

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    He’s a number one on your team.

    Your username is proof the packers live in your heads rent free.

  13. Wow, Adams at $14mil/yr contract. Take that money and run dude. What will OBJ, Landry, Watkins…. command.

  14. cheeseisfattening says:

    December 29, 2017 at 4:44 pm
    Does Rodgers know a piece of his pie was just given out?
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    Doesn’t matter. AR will be playing with another team next year – a team which will protect him and has a D. If Ted Thompson is still around, this is exactly what AR should do.

  15. pats777 says:
    December 29, 2017 at 4:47 pm
    Adams, Rodgers and Nelson. So that’s a lot of dough tied up in 3 players. Question is will they have enough left for the other 50 players while also trying to rebuild the D?

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    You forgot about Fabio who’s 26 tackles this year cost the packers 15 million. Next year he will make over 11 million!!

  16. This sounds great to the casual fan, but it’s not wise to spend this kind of money on one of the least important positions. When you have a great QB you can get big time production from any decent WR. Antonio Brown was a sixth round pick. You can find good WR’s anywhere and everywhere. That’s why you have scouts. Save the money on the rare positions like CB, LT, DE, and of course, QB.

  17. andrwken says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:08 pm
    Rodgers walks into A Barr says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:01 pm
    That’s a lot of money for a #2 Receiver. #3 on most teams.

    A very Cleveland-esque move. Good for them.

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    He’s a number one on your team.

    Your username is proof the packers live in your heads rent free.
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    Sorry dude, but Adams ain’t a #1 on the Vikes. He is a good little WR, but he ain’t no where near the route runner that Thielen is, and he ain’t as tough as Diggs. He may be a #2 on the Vikes, but more like #3.

  18. trophylessvikings says:
    December 29, 2017 at 4:36 pm
    I wish my Vikings were as good at scouting WRs as the pack. Guess we will stay in mediocre land while GB runs the plow over us year after year. skol.

    **

    Adams only averaged 28 more yards per game than our TE. Calm down. You’re giving your Packer friends a bad look.

  19. andrwken says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:06 pm
    2017nfcnchampions says:
    December 29, 2017 at 4:54 pm
    74 passes for 885 yards and 10 touchdowns………. oops they forgot multiple concussions, that’s a lot of money for someone who will be on the sidelines in concussion protocol. I hope he takes care of himself.

    ————

    Who creates a username bragging about division championships.

    A fan of the vikings?

    /////////////////////////

    I’ll change it next year for you to 2018nfcnchampions. LOL 😂

  20. As a Packer fan, I’m obviously thrilled to have him locked up before free agency, but the numbers being thrown around seem excessive on face value.

    Young with tremendous upside, my enthusiasm is tempered by what long term health issues remain down the road.
    The concussion protocol is a mine field with a myriad of diagnoses and outcomes.
    Suffering two concussions in a single season is significant.
    One only needs to look as far back as Sam Shields as a recent example.

    I’ll wait for the contract details and hard numbers to emerge before making a judgement on this signing.
    Initial reactions, good or bad, are pointless until all the pertinent facts are known.

  21. I’d like to see them cut both Cobb and Nelson and bring in Allen Robinson. To me Randall Cobb is definitely gone. Maybe you restructure Nelson, but he is on the last year of his contract. Bring in Allen Robinson and get younger while saving money.

  22. bondlake says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:09 pm
    cheeseisfattening says:

    December 29, 2017 at 4:44 pm
    Does Rodgers know a piece of his pie was just given out?
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    Doesn’t matter. AR will be playing with another team next year – a team which will protect him and has a D. If Ted Thompson is still around, this is exactly what AR should do.

    ————

    So why don’t either of you two geniuses explain to me how Rodgers gets to leave GB next year.

    This should be Good…..

  23. Well deserved, although as mentioned above, not without risks given the recent concussions he’s had. A couple of intriguing facts about Adams:
    1. Among receivers with at least 100 targets this season, only Tyreek Hill (130.5) has generated a higher passer rating on throws in his direction than Davante”s 120.3 – per PPF.
    2. He leads all NFL receivers with 22 touchdowns since the start of the 2016 season, despite Rodger’s injury and two games missed to concussions. In other words, dude’s turned into quite a baller.

  24. charliecharger says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:12 pm
    This sounds great to the casual fan, but it’s not wise to spend this kind of money on one of the least important positions. When you have a great QB you can get big time production from any decent WR. Antonio Brown was a sixth round pick. You can find good WR’s anywhere and everywhere. That’s why you have scouts. Save the money on the rare positions like CB, LT, DE, and of course, QB.

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    While I agree with most of what you said,

    A reciever that continues to excel in the Brett Hundley era is worthy of a extension….

  25. As a Packer fan, I’m obviously thrilled to have him locked up before free agency, but the numbers being thrown around seem excessive on face value.

    Young with tremendous upside, my enthusiasm is tempered by what long term health issues remain down the road.
    The concussion protocol is a mine field with a myriad of diagnoses and outcomes.
    Suffering two concussions in a single season is significant.
    One only needs to look as far back as Sam Shields as a recent example.

    I’ll wait for the contract details and hard numbers to emerge before making a judgement on this signing.
    Initial reactions, good or bad, are pointless until all the pertinent facts are known.
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    I’d be move concerned if the concussion came none splash plays. Both of Adams concussion came on cheap shots and would have basically gave anyone a concussion. That said there is some risk and he was overpaid because someone else would have paid him. Can’t really fault the Packers for giving him market value.

  26. It’s a lot of money but they couldn’t let him go because he’s one of the few weapons they had. He was the only receiver who was able to still make plays when Hundley was in there. Nelson and Cobb are either taking massive pay cuts or are gone. When you don’t have much talent on the roster, you can afford to overpay a little.

  27. andrwken says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:19 pm
    bondlake says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:09 pm
    cheeseisfattening says:

    December 29, 2017 at 4:44 pm
    Does Rodgers know a piece of his pie was just given out?
    ——————————————————————————————–
    Doesn’t matter. AR will be playing with another team next year – a team which will protect him and has a D. If Ted Thompson is still around, this is exactly what AR should do.

    ————

    So why don’t either of you two geniuses explain to me how Rodgers gets to leave GB next year.

    This should be Good….

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    Well if the league follows their own rules, the pack in all their wisdom may have lost their golden boy. The pack broke the IR rule. They placed Rodgers back on IR for the same injury. The rule states if a player gets put on IR , taken off, then put back on for the same injury then he has to be released. Do you have a different rule book? Now the packers get to live by different rules, a large fine and loss of draft choices are coming. Oops 😬

  28. Good for Adams, well deserved. Gotta keep Lindsley then get Cobb and Clay to take a pay cut. Jordy will probably be released outright and sign a day later on a team friendly deal.

  29. This was one of Rodgers’ top ten “recommendations.” It will be interesting to see what other moves he requires…….err…….recommends.

  30. Seems a bit high, but an understandable move given his strong performance this year and the decreasing performances of Cobb and Nelson. He’d be nuts to leave Rodgers.

  31. They’ve also committed to Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson in recent years, though this might not be a good sign for Cobb’s future.

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    If by “recent” you mean 4 years ago….2018 is the last year of both of their contracts, and they are done with guaranteed money.

  32. 2017nfcnchampions says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:15 pm
    andrwken says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:06 pm
    2017nfcnchampions says:
    December 29, 2017 at 4:54 pm
    74 passes for 885 yards and 10 touchdowns………. oops they forgot multiple concussions, that’s a lot of money for someone who will be on the sidelines in concussion protocol. I hope he takes care of himself.

    ————

    Who creates a username bragging about division championships.

    A fan of the vikings?

    /////////////////////////

    I’ll change it next year for you to 2018nfcnchampions. LOL 😂

    ————

    Ill hang onto this little nugget.

    So proud of my Packers when they win a division title.

    Oh wait,

    I dont care. A division is a means to an end, not somethng you gloat about when youve won a championship.

    Ask a patriot fan if they really care about the division title. I bet they are more concerned about the 1 seed and the super bowl.

    Its all about perspective I guess….

  33. This is proof that Ted Thompson does not know how to build a team. Handing out a contract like this to a receiver, while fast and above average, is worthless when you have a lower third defense in the league. Build defense, with depth, and find receivers that A-Rog can sling too. There has to be hundreds of receivers he would make just as good and not pay them an outlandish salary.

  34. ARod(in his collarbone) says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:14 pm
    andrwken says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:08 pm
    Rodgers walks into A Barr says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:01 pm
    That’s a lot of money for a #2 Receiver. #3 on most teams.

    A very Cleveland-esque move. Good for them.

    ————

    He’s a number one on your team.

    Your username is proof the packers live in your heads rent free.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Sorry dude, but Adams ain’t a #1 on the Vikes. He is a good little WR, but he ain’t no where near the route runner that Thielen is, and he ain’t as tough as Diggs. He may be a #2 on the Vikes, but more like #3.

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    Adams might be a good combination of Diggs and Thielen. Next year will tell but the talent and growth cant be denied. He can run the routes either of the vikings can. He gets separation none of our other recievers currently can.

    Thielen is flash in the pan, Great homer story. Diggs is a sideline reciever. Two illegal hits wont stop this kid.

  35. I wish my Vikings were as good at scouting WRs as the pack. Guess we will stay in mediocre land while GB runs the plow over us year after year. skol.
    __________________________________________________________________________

    Yep sure got us there genius, except I don’t see any GB WR’s in the top 20 and the Vikes have won the division 2 of the past 3 years.

  36. andrwken says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:42 pm
    2017nfcnchampions says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:15 pm
    andrwken says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:06

    I’ll change it next year for you to 2018nfcnchampions. LOL 😂

    ————

    Ill hang onto this little nugget.

    So proud of my Packers when they win a division title.

    Oh wait,

    I dont care. A division is a means to an end, not somethng you gloat about when youve won a championship.

    Ask a patriot fan if they really care about the division title. I bet they are more concerned about the 1 seed and the super bowl.

    Its all about perspective I guess…

    //////////////////////////

    For someone who thinks he knows about championships, it is a process. Winning your division allows you to move on to the playoffs. Finishing 3rd in the division with a 7-9 record means you sit and stew remembering your championships from the roaring 20s😂

  37. bondlake says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:09 pm
    cheeseisfattening says:

    December 29, 2017 at 4:44 pm
    Does Rodgers know a piece of his pie was just given out?
    ——————————————————————————————–
    Doesn’t matter. AR will be playing with another team next year – a team which will protect him and has a D. If Ted Thompson is still around, this is exactly what AR should do.

    ————

    So why don’t either of you two geniuses explain to me how Rodgers gets to leave GB next year.

    This should be Good…..
    ——————————————————————————————
    OK, it goes like this:

    Rodgers probably has $250 million in the bank. He never needs to work another day in his life. So, it’s not about money, but rather about winning championships. He will NEVER win another in GB with either Mark Murphy or TT there. And, perhaps Mike McCarthy as well.

    On Tuesday AR should walk into TT’s office and tell him that he will never play another down for GB and that TT has two choices: (1) trade him to a team of his choice, or (2) that he will retire. AR then calls a reporter and tells him what he just did. TT and GB will have NO choice other than to trade him and get something in return.

    GB has squandered away the prime years of Aaron Rodgers, who is now approaching middle age. Ted Thompson had a feud with Brett Favre toward the end, and another is brewing with AR. Jacksonville, with its young studs, would be a great fit for AR. So would the 49ers, which is where AR wanted to go to begin with. No matter how you cut it, AR should be done in GB.

    And all this is from a GB shareholder. The team has become complacent while enjoying 25 years of HOF QB’S. I would rather see AR get a couple more with another team than playing in GB where they will do nothing to get him the help he needs.

  38. A while back the Packers were letting wide receivers leave, then they over corrected and spent way too much money on receivers. The problem with the team the last few years is defense, or lack thereof, and it has kept them from going to the Super Bowl. With a QB like Rodgers, practically any good receiver would look great and mediocre receivers will look good. They don’t have to overpay for good receivers. Just sign some mediocre ones who are entering free agency.

  39. This is proof that Ted Thompson does not know how to build a team. Handing out a contract like this to a receiver, while fast and above average, is worthless when you have a lower third defense in the league. Build defense, with depth, and find receivers that A-Rog can sling too. There has to be hundreds of receivers he would make just as good and not pay them an outlandish salary.
    ——————————————————————————————–

    Would you have rather not signed him and head in 2019 with No Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, or Davante Adams? Both Nelson and Cobb contracts are up in 2018. Nelson is 32. Cobb hasn’t been impact player since signing his contract 3 years ago. You can pretty much guarantee that someone (Browns or 49ers) would have paid Adams 16+ million if he hit free agency.

  40. To cheeseisfattening @ 5:09 PM or bondlake @ 5:19 PM nice try on the IR rule concerning #12. You do realize that ALL IR designations are sent to the league office and are either approved or not by the league before the IR designation is granted. GULP #12’s second IR designation was approved. So if the league has any problem with potential loss of draft picks or fines they have to fire some one in the league office first for granted that designation.

  41. Best player on the Pack after Rodgers. Starting QB hurt or not, for that money you now HAVE to perform week after week. He’s come a long way from being the scapegoat he was 3 seasons ago ( Unduly earned if you ask me ). He needs stay healthy now.

  42. I think the main problem with the Packers is their refusal to use the free agent market to address needs. The draft is not enough. They don’t have to sign top free agents, just quality ones that can contribute.

  43. Good for him. He produces when he has a decent qb throwing him the ball. And I read a comment about how thielen is way better because he put up over 1000 yards. Well, that’s one way to look at it. I can also point out how the eagles 3rd string TE has more td’s than your stud wr thielen.

  44. If you cut Cobb, Nelson, and Matthews you create 32.5 million in cap space. You go out and sign WR Allen Robinson, bring back Corey Linsley and sign a top tier cornerback in free agency. You give Aaron Rodgers his pay increase. After that Ted can still be tightwad Ted. The Packer would have roughly 60 million dollars after the Adams deal if they cut them 3 players. With about 20 million to play with after making all the moves I suggested. 11 draft picks to fix the rest of the team.

  45. 2017nfcnchampions says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:56 pm
    andrwken says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:42 pm
    2017nfcnchampions says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:15 pm
    andrwken says:
    December 29, 2017 at 5:06

    I’ll change it next year for you to 2018nfcnchampions. LOL 😂

    ————

    Ill hang onto this little nugget.

    So proud of my Packers when they win a division title.

    Oh wait,

    I dont care. A division is a means to an end, not somethng you gloat about when youve won a championship.

    Ask a patriot fan if they really care about the division title. I bet they are more concerned about the 1 seed and the super bowl.

    Its all about perspective I guess…

    //////////////////////////

    For someone who thinks he knows about championships, it is a process. Winning your division allows you to move on to the playoffs. Finishing 3rd in the division with a 7-9 record means you sit and stew remembering your championships from the roaring 20s😂

    ————

    Which is exactly what a means to an end entails.

    Try and read before you post.

    The packers have had two superbowl championships in the last 20 years.

    Not Patriot level success, but on par with the best in the league.

    Remnd me of your knowledge based on your teams success?

    Division titles and 1 and dones in the playoffs?

    4 super bowl losses before you were born?

    Im still waiting for an education.

    Or maybe I can change my name to 2016 nfcnorth division champs?

    No. It does not matter to successful teams.

  46. Great signing. He proved his talent by still producing with hundley under center. Now I just hope he can avoid vicious cheap shots by dirty players for a while

  47. travis1980 says:
    December 29, 2017 at 6:18 pm
    If you cut Cobb, Nelson, and Matthews you create 32.5 million in cap space. You go out and sign WR Allen Robinson, bring back Corey Linsley and sign a top tier cornerback in free agency. You give Aaron Rodgers his pay increase. After that Ted can still be tightwad Ted. The Packer would have roughly 60 million dollars after the Adams deal if they cut them 3 players. With about 20 million to play with after making all the moves I suggested. 11 draft picks to fix the rest of the team.

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    Cobb, Nelson and Matthews are under contract for 2018, if you cut them you still have to pay them and it counts against your cap. You and TT must have graduated from the same GM school.

  48. I wouldn’t worry about Adam’s concussion. Yes he had two recently but both were from illegal hits. Anyone who gets their bell rung that way would probably get a concussion. Seems other players get concussions from falling to the ground.

  49. andrwken division championships do matter, or you wouldn’t be throwing such a hissy fit. And the packers are no where near the pats, Steelers, or 9ers. NFL really jumped the gun on that Lombardi trophy thing.

  50. jimmyjohns01 says:
    December 29, 2017 at 6:47 pm
    I wouldn’t worry about Adam’s concussion. Yes he had two recently but both were from illegal hits.
    //////////
    Ya, it’s not like human beings are more susceptible to concussions after having a history of them.

    Oh…wait………

  51. Signing Adams was obviously high on the, To Do List.
    Cobb will play out the string on his contract.

    Jordy Nelson is the real question mark and the Packers may already have a good idea about it.
    Jordy wanted to prove he could come back from the knee injury three seasons ago (Which he did with flying colors) and talked very openly about retiring before last season.
    He made it clear he wasn’t seeking another contract and next year would definitely be his last.
    Football isn’t his life and I can honestly see him stepping away from the game in the very near future.
    Though it would be great to see him renegotiate the last year of his contract and give it one more go.

    Despite the fact we are surrounded by PFT experts who are obviously concerned about the Packers cap space, I will reiterate that most of these numbers are fluid and you seriously have to look at the big picture.

  52. With that signing the Packers are basically saying they cant stop anyone on D so might as well try to win high scoring games. Packers win 52-50 is ok by them I guess.

  53. screamingyellowzonkers says:
    December 29, 2017 at 7:30 pm
    The Vikings have the most nfc north/central titles.
    And more playoff appearances since 1961 than the packers.

    Very successful franchise.

    ======================

    Very few folks care.

  54. man, they have a TON of cash tied up in about 6 players. here’s what they should do. pay rodgers 88 million a year, and the other 50 some players league minimum. and as far as the 45 year waiting list for tickets at lambeau, expand the seating to 600,000 seats. that would fix that problem too.

  55. I’m surprised they wanted to invest that much in that position considering they’d been able to find guys to fill those roles with some regularity. Packers are probably second only to the Steelers in drafting and developing receivers.

  56. The Vikings scored 16 points against the Packers practice squad. Good luck in the playoffs. And I mean that – I genuinely wish the Vikings well. Their fans, the real ones, not the trolls here on PFT have suffered for decades with futility and this is their best opportunity. Hope it works out. They have a very solid defense and a real shot – any given Sunday.

  57. On the surface, the money sounds a bit excessive but these are the kinds of moves the Pack have to make – investing in their young veterans – to get back on track. Pay the guy and make sure he isn’t tempted to try free agency. Make no mistake, he would have been coveted. In the end, he’s the only guy with 70+ catches and 10+ touchdowns the last 2 years. You won’t replace that kind of production with a comp draft pick. Jordy’s contract isn’t a concern seeing as the Packers can decline the 2018 option and it would only cost 2.3 million.

  58. Good value for a.player of Adams’ caliber. They are going to dump either Nelson or Cobb and whoever they keep will have to take a pay cut.

    I expect the Packers to be active in Free agency this off-season. They have too many needs to take care of it with rookies. Hopefully they hit on a quarterback in the draft. Hundley isn’t the answer.

  59. Considering that Nelson is rogers favorite receiver sounds like a lot of money or is Nelson out the door ??

  60. Vikings signed Thielen to a 4 year extension for $5m/year. And he has more production and no concussion issues. Packers were dumb to commit so much to him – repeating the mistake they made with Cobb. But with Nelson probably done after next year, and Cobb an aging disappointment, looks like Adams is going to be the Packers new #1 going forward- if he can stay healthy.

  61. Cobb, Nelson and Matthews are under contract for 2018, if you cut them you still have to pay them and it counts against your cap. You and TT must have graduated from the same GM school.
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    We can cut Matthews for nothing. He is making 11.5. I am not sure what the hell your talking about. Only the signing bonus is paid out. Between Cobb and Nelson its about 6 mil in dead cap money. 20+ million in cap room if both are cut. Maybe you can refresh me as to what I am not understanding….

  62. This is the last ditch effort of a GM that knows he is on the way out. Yes Adams is good but 1 hit from done, and signing Lindsey the next day, leaves little room for the new GM to make moves such as locking up A rod, and bringing in any much needed help

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