When an organization invests $110 million in you, it means you are important to the future of the organization.
That is exactly what the Packers did this past April when they signed Aaron Rodgers to aÂ record setting 5 year/$110 million extension.
The extension guaranteed Rodgers financial security for the rest of his life, the ability to provide for anyone or any organization he sees fit.
It also provided the Packers the security of not having to worry about replacing Rodgers anytime in the future, maintaining their competitiveness on the field while remaining fiscally responsible.
Unfortunately for both Rodgers and the Packers, the first year of this extension has not turned out anywhere near how it was envisioned when the deal was signed.
The Packers are mired in mediocrity, sitting at 5-5, their playoff hopes still alive, but most Â likely needing to win their division to make the tournament.
Meanwhile, Rodgers sits on the bench, recovering from a broken collarbone suffered agains...