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Aaron Rodgers suddenly has a new ‘elite’ quarterback in the club, but he’s keeping an eye on Joe Flacco.
Rodgers wants to see if the Baltimore Ravens make Flacco the highest paid quarterback, or slot him accordingly.
For Rodgers, it’s everything rolled up in a box for him. If Flacco becomes the highest paid quarterback in the NFL, it won’t be for long.
If Flacco get a slotted contract within the top 10 quarterbacks, Rodgers could lose some cash in the process.
“I think everybody is going to see what Joe ends up signing for,” Rodgers said, via ESPNWisconsin.com. “I’m sure they want to lock him up. He’s a great player — had an incredible run in the playoffs — and I’m sure they want to keep him around.
A guy like that, with the post-season success he’s had, you want to keep a guy like that around for a while.”
"Obviously you’ve got to be able to have guys around you to compete and win every year, and we’ll see what happens with some of the free agents that we ha
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Green Bay Packers’ fans flocked to watch wide receiver Donald Driver officially retire today at Lambeau Field’s atrium. As you can see from the photo of Driver on the stage, a street will be named after him. Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel transcribed from of his speech. Driver: Now you know why Packer fans are so special. They show the loyalty, they show the...
According to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, there’s a 5050 chance tight end Jermichael Finley isn’t back with the Packers next season.
Also of note, league sources told @jasonlacanfora that Finley unlikely to stay in Green Bay. We’ll see. Heard here that it’s “a coin flip.”
— Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) February 8, 2013
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Donald Driver went out in style, retiring from the Green Bay Packers in a way that no one else in the franchise's illustrious history ever had.The Packers' all-time leading receiver in yards and catches held a public ceremony Wednesday morning inside the Lambeau Field Atrium. Driver was joined by 1,000 of his most die-hard fans, most of whom waited outside...
Jermichael Finley believes his chances of returning to the Packers next season are ”50/50.”
“It’s the nature of the business,” Finley said, via the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. “If there’s a guy that’s overpaid or that they think is overpaid, they’ll ask for a pay cut. There’s no doubt that I want to be there for life. But it’s a business and the business will...
Team president and CEO Mark Murphy
I want to first thank all the fans for coming out today. I know a lot of you waited in line in the cold to get your tickets and you waited this morning, so give yourselves a round of applause.
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The Receiver statue, located at Titletown Brewing Co. on the renamed Donald Driver Way, will be given a Donald Driver-style makeover.
A joint appearance with Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre at the NFL Honors program was a big step toward welcoming the three-time MVP back into the Packers family.