Packers agree to terms with Amari Rodgers


The Packers have reached an agreement on a contract with one of their players with the last name of Rodgers.

Not the Rodgers. But A. Rodgers nonetheless.

Per Field Yates of ESPN, rookie receiver Amari Rodgers has agreed to his standard four-year deal.

Green Bay selected Rodgers with the 85th pick in the third round out of Clemson. Rodgers caught 77 passes for 1,020 yards with seven touchdowns as a senior for Clemson in 2020. In all, Rodgers caught 181 passes for 2,144 yards with 15 TDs in college.

With Rodgers in tow, the Packers have wrapped up their 2021 draft class. As for who will be throwing Rodgers passes in training camp and beyond, that’s still to be determined.

11 responses to “Packers agree to terms with Amari Rodgers

  1. Excellent news! The kid is going ot be the next WR star for the team. Once Rodgers and crew win the Super Bowl this year, they will not want to go anywhere else to have to rebuild a team and hopefully rework salaries to accompany all of the stars on the team. Go Pack Go!

  2. For those penciling this kid in as an immediate contributor, keep this in mind: Amari rarely won on contested catches (5-of-17 for his career) and had five drops in his last season alone. With middling straight-line speed (4.52 40) and subpar agility (7-second 3-cone) along with being only 5’9, I don’t see much upside.

  3. Steve Smith wants a word with you in the hallway. But yes I agree, sounds better in the slot.

  4. Such a high quality individual. So happy to have Amari on the roster.

    See ya on the 28th Amari🤙



  5. complicatedfella says:
    July 23, 2021 at 12:40 pm

    My sympathies go out to the Rodgers family…
    Why? Amari Rodgers said even before the draft that his dream scenario was to be drafted by the Packers.
    That happened in April and today is just the culmination of a kid’s lifelong dream to be an NFL Football player.
    Congrats, Amari, and welcome aboard.

  6. Yet another underwhelming WR to join a group of underwhelming WRs after Adams. Now close your eyes and imagine this group after Adams leaves next year. 😵

  7. ariani1985 says:
    July 23, 2021 at 6:51 pm

    By far the worst WR group in the league.
    That’s really weird since they were part of the highest scoring offense in the NFL last season.

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