Aaron Rodgers (Aaron Rodgers) maintained Friday, he is not sure what will happen to his future with the Green Bay Packers.
Rogers told ESPN that as he enters the team’s final season, his future is as hazy as ever. Rodgers was out before the start of the 2022 season.
“So far, this must be my team. I said last year, I don’t know if it’s really possible to finish the game there. I still think that’s where we are. I don’t know what Rogers said: “A lot of things It’s all in my hands. I think we will find out soon. “
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When ESPN host Kenny Mayne asked Rodgers to come out and said he wanted to be a packer for life, Rodgers replied: “Ken, you and we both know that̵
Last month, the Packers paid Rogers a roster bonus of $6.8 million, instead of restructuring Green Bay as it enters the offseason to free up more cap space.
Rodgers won the 2020 NFL MVP Award. He has a league-leading 48 touchdown passes with 4,299 passing yards and only 5 interceptions. Since 2010, he has thrown fewer than 8 picks in a season.
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Last week, Packers’ CEO Mark Murphy was silent during Rodgers’ contract negotiations.
When asked about the tension between the team and Rogers, Murphy said: “I will not intervene in any individual players or similar issues.”
Speculation about the future of quarterback Rogers began when the quarterback said that he did not know what the future would look like after the team’s NFC championship lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
After the NFC Championship, Packers General Manager Brian Gutekunst made it clear that Rogers was in the organization’s plan.
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“Obviously he has signed, and his performance is very high,” Gutkunster said at the time. “What we are trying to do as an organization and what we are trying to achieve cannot be done without Aaron Rogers. He is part of what we do. He is part of our work. It will certainly be so now and in the future. do.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.