Report: Aaron Rodgers’ reworked deal is done

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Aaron Rodgers showed up to training camp on time this week on the same contract he ended last season. The sides needed a few days to work out the details on mutually agreed upon new terms.

Finally, the Packers and Rodgers have agreed to the terms and language on the reworked deal, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. Rodgers still has to sign the contract.

General Manager Brian Gutekunst told reporters on Thursday that Rodgers still will have three years left on his contract “at the moment,” and that “we may alter that.” It is not yet known exactly what was altered in the contract.

Gutekunst also said earlier in the day that Rodgers’ deal would need to be altered to give the Packers enough salary cap space to get through the season.

The Packers and Rodgers will have this season together. It remains to be seen what the future holds after 2021.

17 responses to “Report: Aaron Rodgers’ reworked deal is done

  1. Jordan Love must stink if they won’t roll with him after a year of riding the bench learning the offense behind one of the greatest QBs ever.

  2. Loved Gute’s presser today.

    Cobbie’s was even better.

    Signing OT Dennis Kelly was great move as well.

    Good news just keeps on coming. The vibe in and around Green Bay is just spectacular.

    ThePackIsBack!🤙

  3. This sounds like a separation but still living together because green bay got cold feet after watching jordan love in OTAs.

  4. The Goat 2021-2022 Season
    1. 4th MVP
    2. 65 TD’s,
    3. Superbowl Champs
    4. Undefeated Season
    Say it with me ” The Best Ever to play the Game”

  5. Jordan Love draft pick was a mistake. If packets were smart they would trade him for a conditional 2nd and move on

  6. It’s a clear as mud to me. It’s probably as clear as mud to Rodgers, as well.

  7. Love hasn’t played a down in the pre-season or regular season yet people are sure he’s terrible. Hilarious.

  8. SwaggyD says:
    July 29, 2021 at 4:52 pm
    Jordan Love must stink if they won’t roll with him after a year of riding the bench learning the offense behind one of the greatest QBs ever.
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    He didn’t even ride the bench last season. He didn’t dress for a single game.

  9. Jordan did not need to dress last season. I get a kick out of those that question the franchise on QB’s how many legendary and serviceable QB’s have the Packers drafted in their proud history?

  10. This Packer season is more dysfunctional than a season of the Kardasians…

  11. We’ve established one fact:
    Aaron Rodgers is the most powerful member of the Green Bay Packers organization.

  12. The Goat 2021-2022 Season
    1. 4th MVP
    2. 65 TD’s,
    3. Superbowl Champs
    4. Undefeated Season
    Say it with me ” The Best Ever to play the Game”
    _______________________________________________________

    Only 65? I’d say 73. It’s a 17 game season after all.

  13. Reminds me of the Colts issues in 2012. They have a QB they’re afraid to move on from because the guy is practically a legend but they also have an opportunity to move on from that QB to a guy with a ton of potential but the legend does not want to mentor anyone so they basically have to choose one over the other instead of a smooth transition and hope they get it right.

    This is why guys like Alex Smith and Tyrod Taylor will always have a job in the NFL. They realize their best days are behind them and have no problem taking on the player coach role and it’s worked out for every team that’s signed them. Rogers seems to still be bitter about having to sit behind Favre for years and is passing that down to Jordan Love.

  14. freefromwhatyouare says:
    July 29, 2021 at 4:56 pm
    Loved Gute’s presser today.

    Cobbie’s was even better.

    Signing OT Dennis Kelly was great move as well.
    ///////
    I asked yesterday what the Packers did to improve their team this off season. Apparently, the answer is; “sign a third WR that has started 10 games in the last three years, and signed a back-up OL”. Interesting.

  15. mnpackfan says:
    July 29, 2021 at 8:18 pm
    Jordan did not need to dress last season. I get a kick out of those that question the franchise on QB’s how many legendary and serviceable QB’s have the Packers drafted in their proud history?
    //////
    So you agree the Packers wasted a first round draft pick two years ago when they traded up to get Love? So do the rest of us.

  16. pkrlvr says:
    July 29, 2021 at 7:41 pm
    Love hasn’t played a down in the pre-season or regular season yet people are sure he’s terrible. Hilarious.
    ////////
    Well, nobody really knows. The only thing we do know is that the Packers waited until the last second to accommodate Rodgers this off season. It’s a clear sign of what they think of Love.

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