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What did Aaron Rodgers say post game?

What did Aaron Rodgers say post game?

“I’m gonna take some time and have conversations with the folks around here, and then take some time away and make a decision — obviously before free agency.” Rodgers said postgame.

What did Rodgers say in press conference?

During Sunday’s news conference after Rodgers completed 27 of 35 passes with three touchdowns, a 127.6 rating as well as a couple runs, he expressed his frustration on the matter. “The most important night of sleep we stay in a hotel,” Rodgers said.

Is Aaron Rodgers returning in 2021?

Rodgers is coming off a turbulent 2021 off the field, but still won his fourth Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player award. That fueled media speculation that the Packers were negotiating a deal to make Rodgers one of the top-paid quarterbacks.

Is Aaron Rodgers retiring 2021?

Aaron Rodgers entertained retirement — and a departure from the Packers — before remaining with Green Bay for the 2021 season. Now, with the 2022 offseason fast approaching, the reigning NFL MVP is wading back into uncharted waters.

What did Aaron Rodgers say after playoff loss?

What stood out in particular in Rodgers’ comments was his assessment of the Packers moving forward. He said he didn’t want to be part of a rebuild.

Is Rodgers coming back to Green Bay in 2022?

The Pat McAfee Show on Tuesday reported via Twitter that Rodgers will indeed return to the Green Bay Packers for the 2022 season.

Is Rodgers coming back in 2022?

Aaron Rodgers returning to Packers in 2022: Fantasy implications include likely keeping Davante Adams. Aaron Rodgers’ year-long will-he-won’t-he dance with the Packers is over, as the reigning back-to-back MVP has agreed to return to the Packers for the 2022 season – and likely beyond.

Is Aaron Rodgers going to quit?

Aaron Rodgers has not officially announced his retirement from playing in the NFL. However, the football player will not be playing in Green Bay’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Is Aaron Rodgers quitting?

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport was one of the first journalists to break the news that Rodgers would not leave Green Bay. In follow-up tweets, he claimed Rodgers and the team have agreed to a $200 million deal that will keep Rodgers playing his home games at Lambeau Field for the next four seasons.

Does Green Bay want Rodgers back?

GREEN BAY, Wis. – Aaron Rodgers is returning to the Green Bay Packers, the four-time NFL MVP announced through Pat McAfee on Tuesday morning. The deal, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, is for four years and $200 million, making him the highest-paid player in NFL history.

Is Green Bay getting rid of Aaron Rodgers?

Aaron Rodgers confirmed he is coming back for an 18th season with the Green Bay Packers. The #Packers and MVP QB Aaron Rodgers have agreed to terms on a 4-year, $200M deal that makes him the highest paid player in NFL history, sources say. He gets a whopping $153M guaranteed and his cap number goes down.

Is Aaron Rodgers going to stay with Green Bay?

Aaron Rodgers will be staying with the Green Bay Packers as a new, potentially record-setting deal has reportedly been reached. Rodgers himself confirmed he’d be staying with the team, but said he wanted to “clear some things up” surrounding reports of his reported contract.

Why is Aaron Rodgers staying with the Packers?

The final reason this deal got done is the simplest: The money was right. While official details aren’t out yet, it’s widely believed that the deal will make Rodgers the highest-paid player in NFL history. For the back-to-back reigning MVP, that money sounds right.

Will Green Bay keep Aaron Rodgers?

Rodgers and the Packers have agreed to terms on a four-year, $200 million deal that makes him the highest-paid player in NFL history, according to the NFL Network. He reportedly will get $153 million guaranteed. The reported deal would keep Rodgers, who turned 38 last December, with the team until he’s 42.

Can the Packers keep Rodgers?

Gutey said the Packers can keep Rodgers and Adams while also keeping the team competitive with other pieces despite their cap issues. “I feel very confident about that.” Packers GM Brian Gutekunst wouldn’t address whether he would trade Aaron Rodgers if the QB wants to play elsewhere.