The season before last was all about Aaron Rodgers' contract, and it looks like it will be the same this time.
On the Pat McAfee show, Rodgers made it clear that he didn't want to stay in Green Bay for a restart.
All eyes are back on Rodgers' contract and what staying in Green Bay or being moved will mean for the salary cap.
Before the NFL season started, Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers agreed to a three-year, $150.815 million contract agreement.
It was hard to get the deal extended because it had a signing bonus of $40,8 million and full guarantees of $101,515,000.
Then, in 2024, there is an option bonus of $47 million that can be used to buy the last year of the deal in 2026.
Rodgers has been named MVP in each of the last two seasons and has helped the Packers win three straight NFC North wins.
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