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In a clear effort to create cap space, the Packers are reportedly working to restructure the contract of star quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Restructuring Rodgers's contract would give Green Bay more cap space as they are currently $40,973 beyond the threshold. Such a move could have a major impact on the Packers' ability to pursue free agents. After all, they have yet to sign somebody who played outside of Green Bay in 2020. Silver notes that restructuring Rodgers's deal could be tricky because it will expose how long they truly believe they can be competitive. Further, Silver explains that one option that won't be possible is to let him reach the open market in just one or two years because doing so would fracture relationships between the two sides. Regardless of what happens, Green Bay is in a good place with Rodgers at the helm. The 2020 NFL MVP and nine-time Pro Bowler went 13-3 last season, completing 372 passes for 4,299 yards, an NFL-best 48 touchdowns, and just five interceptions.
Aaron Rodgers won the Associated Press' 2020 Most Valuable Player Award on Saturday.
Rodgers brings home his third MVP, he also won the award in 2011 and 2014, respectively. At 37-years-young he put up the best season of his career with 4,299 passing yards, 48 touchdowns, and just five interceptions while completing an impressive 70.7-percent of his passes. He tacked on 149 rushing yards and three scores as well. He guided the Packers to their second-consecutive NFC Championship game where they would eventually lose to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Despite earlier rumors that he may not return to Green Bay for his 17th season, Rodgers will be back in 2021 and will look to get back to the Super Bowl for the first time since 2010.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers completed 33-of-48 passes for 346 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception in Sunday's Championship round loss to the Buccaneers.
Rodgers was sharp once again on Sunday but ultimately came up short to Tom Brady and the Bucs. The absence of LT David Bakhtiari was evident throughout the game as the Packers' offensive line surrendered five sacks and pressure took away the deep ball. Things didn't seem to go Rodgers' way at times. A seemingly easy touchdown went right through the hands of star WR Davante Adams, and Equanimeous St. Brown dropped a wide-open two-point conversion that would have made the score 28-25 late in the third. Down eight with a little over two minutes to play, the Packers elected to kick a field goal instead of trying to punch it in on fourth down from the six-yard line. Rodgers never got the ball back. Thus an MVP campaign comes to an end. Rodgers finished the season with a 48:5 TD to interception ratio and cemented himself as a top-tier QB1 for 2021.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers went 23-of-36 for 296 yards and two touchdowns and added a rushing touchdown in Saturday's win over the Rams.
Rodgers was on point once again, leading the Packers to 19 first-half points and never looking back. The game was sealed on a perfect dart of a throw for a 58-yard score to Allen Lazard. The Packers seem to be firing on all cylinders right now, and a large part of that is due to the soon to be MVP. Rodgers remains a QB1 moving forward.
Aaron Rodgers completed 19 of 24 pass attempts for 240 yards and four TDs in the Packers’ 35-16 win over the Bears on Sunday.
Rodgers capped off a huge year with four scores that brought him to a career-high and league-leading 48. To put into perspective the efficiency of the Packers' offense, Rodgers threw more touchdowns than the Packers punted (46). It was an MVP-caliber year for A-Rodg, who provided enormous production despite some chatter about his decline in the offseason.
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