The offseason saga between the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers has come to an end, possibly marking their last dance together.
Green Bay agrees on 4-year, $200M deal with Rodgers. Includes $153M guaranteed. Highest-paid player in NFL history.
Green Bay's lower cap number allows keeping Davante Adams. Franchise tag expected. Crucial for future success.
Rodgers' contract news shared by Pat McAfee. QB confirms return to Packers via Twitter. Excited for upcoming season.
Rodgers' extension disrupts succession plan with Jordan Love. He won't retire soon, following Favre's footsteps.
Rodgers caused media discord but reconciled with GM. Another MVP season strengthened his leverage. Packers fell short of Super Bowl.
Gutekunst believes Rodgers is essential for winning. Rodgers wanted a safety net and a salary increase after back-to-back MVP awards.
Rodgers' announcement ends Broncos' pursuit, clears QB trade market, and sets the stage for free
Love's future uncertain as Rodgers' contract may impact his role. Packers could trade or retain him, depending on their win-now approach.