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Yes, there are Pre-SAG awards and Aaron Rodgers looks chill with Craig Robinson. Rodgers might have been knocked out of the playoffs earlier than he was expecting, but all indications are that he and the Packers offense will be a force once again in 2013. Expect Rodgers to be the first QB off the board in fantasy drafts once again.
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The Green Bay Packers may address quarterback Aaron Rodgers' contract situation over the offseason even though he still has two years left on his deal.
Despite having two years remaining on his contract, the Green Bay Packers are looking to extend the current deal with QB Aaron Rodgers. It’s quite possible that the Packers are looking at the current situation regarding Joe Flacco in Baltimore and realize if Rodgers puts up another stellar season in 2013, his future contract could eclipse New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees.
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Actor Craig Robinson and Green Bay Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers attend the Entertainment Weekly Pre-SAG Party hosted by Essie and Audi held at Chateau Marmont on in Los Angeles. Rodgers seems super relaxed.-TO
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According to the Green Bay Press-Gazette, the Packers will likely extend quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ contract this offseason, instead of waiting until his contract is up after the 2014 season.
The reason the Packers should get a deal done now instead of waiting is because once the Ravens extend Joe Flacco’s contract, it’s going to raise Rodgers’ price, since he’s a better...
According to the Green Bay Press-Gazette, the Packers are likely to give quarterback Aaron Rodgers a contract extension this offseason.Fantasy Spin:If Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco gets the $20 million annual salary he's been coveting this offseason, Rodgers will have every right to ask the Packers for a raise, because let's face it, Rodgers is twice as talented as Flacco...
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While the looming free agency of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has been the main story of the upcoming off-season, it appears another quarterback may be set to cash in.
Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers has two years left on his deal, at $9.25 million and $10.5 million respectively. Per Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press Gazette, GM Ted Thompson “appears more likely”...
Some Super Bowl MVPs are obvious -- such as Steve Young lighting up San Diego for 6 TD passes or Aaron Rodgers slicing the Steelers' secondary a few years ago. Some MVP choices are a little more difficult to make, but that doesn't prevent us from looking back at some of the MVP award winners and shaking our heads.A good rule of thumb is to avoid giving the MVP to a player...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- There were very high expectations on the Packers' group of wide receivers this season. Often considered the deepest unit of any team in the NFL and playing in a pass-first offense with superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers throwing them the ball, Green Bay went into most games with a clear advantage in that area.However, finishing as the league's ninth-ranked...
We know you love the Pro Bowl, especially when the Packers are coaching the NFC team (and Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews stayed home). Here are some Packers photos from the days leading up to the game.
We look back at the season with our featured performer, depth chart, unit grade and look ahead to 2013. Most seasons, Aaron Rodgers would be considered a prime MVP candidate after putting up monster numbers and overcoming challenges to win 11 games and the NFC North.
No Tom Brady. No Aaron Rodgers. No Ben Roethlisberger. Not a Manning in sight. The Super Bowl has a pair of fresh faces at quarterback, bona fide nobodies as far as the NFL title game goes. One will leave New Orleans as football's newest star.
There was a lot of talk this season about what would happen to the Pro Bowl after this season. Would the league get rid of it? After the performance last season there really wasn’t much optimism. Players like Aaron Rodgers were open about how upset they were with the lack of effort. Some plays were so bad that the fans were booing the players. We thought we’d see the same tonight...