The Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers are close to an agreement that would bring the quarterback back to the team for the upcoming season. According to ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter, Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy said at a shareholders meeting on Monday that hat he hoped Rodgers will be the Packers’ quarterback “beyond” the 2021 season, Schefter said the agreement “would set up Rodgers’ departure from Green Bay” after this season.
Schefter said the team had agreed to void his final year under contract — 2023 — and would “review” the status of the 2022 season after the upcoming season. This means Rodgers could potentially return for two more seasons.
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