Packers, Rodgers agree to record-setting extension


Packers running back Aaron Jones offered Rodgers simple congratulations, while wide receiver Davante Adams reminds his followers of his quarterback's outstanding debt.

ESPN reported that with incentives such as the Packers making the playoffs and Rodgers finishing among the NFL's top-rated quarterbacks, the deal could net the star signal-caller up to $180 million. The new deal includes a little more than $100 million in guaranteed money, according to the person close to the negotiations.

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But the scale of the defeat was implicit with Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino recording his first goal at Old Trafford in four EPL visits, and his first win.

The two sides had been working on this since before the combine in early March, when Gutekunst said he expected a deal to get done this offseason.

The Packers have been 94-48 with Rodgers as a starter but are 6-13 with a draw when he does not play.

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Aaron Rodgers is one of the best players in the NFL. Other players who had surpassed him in salary in recent years are guys like Joe Flacco, Matthew Stafford, Kirk Cousins and Derek Carr.

Rodgers previously signed a five-year, $110 million extension in 2013 that included a $35 million signing bonus and a total of $54 million guaranteed.

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Ricciardo said there were "several options" he could have pursued. "I was really torn with what to do and that process took time". The French outfit was upfront with him from the beginning, telling him the team was not going to be as quick as Red Bull in 2019.

The 34-year-old had two seasons remaining on his old contract. So, obviously, I want to finish my career here. The 14th-year veteran is the league's all-time leader in passer rating (103.8) and interception rate (1.6%).