Aaron Rodgers reportedly NFL’s highest-paid player after signing extension with Packers

Hope Soto
September 4, 2018

AUGUST 30: quarterback DeShone Kizer #9 of the Green Bay Packers passes during the 1st quarter of the preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on August 30, 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri.

After watching her boyfriend sign the biggest contract in National Football League history on Wednesday, Danica Patrick chose to celebrate in style. But the minimal creativity in terms of structure was not for a lack of trying on Rodgers' part.

Toomer, a veteran linebacker who started 16 games for the Los Angeles Chargers over the last two seasons, will provide depth behind Blake Martinez, Antonio Morrison and Oren Burks.

"Obviously, this is a potential last or second-to-last contract for myself and my career", Rodgers added.

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The Packers and Rodgers came to an agreement on a new four-year deal on Wednesday worth a whopping $134 million. "It was definitely something (my agent) Dave (Dunn) and I talked about and why we were exploring a nontraditional contract".

Aaron Rodgers also made it clear that while he's garnered himself long-term financial security, he's not someone who'll just rest on his laurels, especially when considering his desire to play into his 40s. "To get to the end of the contract would be sustained, consistent play". ".If it could happen to Favre, it could happen to any of us". Yet, Rodgers took a different path in answering these questions.

Aaron Rodgers has signed an extension with the Green Bay Packers, general manager Brian Gutekunst announced Wednesday.

When referring to his new extension, Rodgers said, "I don't think this guarantees anything other than maybe the first three years of the deal". "I've grown up, and like I said, I've grown older in an area, this city, this region, this state".

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