Aaron Rodgers has not signed a new deal to return to the Packers, but he is returning to the team.
The reigning NFL MVP was said to have agreed to a four-year, $200 million extension with the Packers that will make him the highest-paid player in NFL history with a $50 million average annual salary. The many reporters that sent out that information were completely wrong.
We know that, because Rodgers said so when he took to Twitter to clear things up.
The Packers have made sure Rodgers decided to remain in Green Bay by bringing back Tom Clements out of retirement to be his quarterback coach once again, franchise tagging Davante Adams, and seeking Rodgers’ input in certain personnel decisions.
Now, the team and Rodgers can run it back in 2022.
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