How Aaron Rodgers, Packers made new deal happen, and what it means going forward


GREEN BAY, Wis. – Did the Green Bay Packers sign quarterback Aaron Rodgers to a three-year, $150.85 million contract Tuesday?

Or was it a five-year deal worth $186.5 million?

Or was it a two-year deal worth $101.4 million?

The answer to those three questions is yes.

In constructing a contract that would both satisfy Rodgers’ demand to become the highest-paid player in the National Football League and help the Packers deal with a bloated salary cap, the two sides came up with a unique way of doing both.


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