The second that Joe Flacco signed his roster-busting new deal, you knew that Aaron Rodgers was somewhere taking notes.
According to his current deal, Rodgers is not due to become a free agent until 2015.
That is not stopping the Packers from extending to his contract in the now.
According to ESPN, Rodgers could unseat Flacco as the highest paid player in the league.
The numbers that are being thrown around place Rodger’s deal in the area of $25 million a year.
The deal is expected to be completed before the start of the regular season and maybe even as early as before training camp opens.
To reel in a consummate Pro Bowl talent in his prime that has handed you a Super Bowl is not a bad idea.
The financial numbers are gaudy and degrading to the rest of your salary cap.
The sad thing is that if the Packers wait, the bar will only continue to get raised by other deals.
The Atlanta Falcons have to address Matt Ryan’s new deal at some point.
Jerry Jones is feverishly working on handing...