Schefter: Aaron Rodgers turned down extension offer from Packers
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has turned down an extension offer to remain with the team for the next five seasons combined, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Rodgers is currently under contract for the next three seasons, including the upcoming 2021 campaign. And according to Schefter, this extension would've been made the former MVP the highest-paid player in the league. It's been reported that Rodgers has many gripes with the organization and wants out, but nothing seems to be gaining traction in the way of trades thus far. Jordan Love would be in line to start under center if Rodgers holds out or gets moved.
Our models currently project Rodgers for 396.04-of-588.97 passing for 4,570.54 yards with 35.10 touchdowns and 5.65 interceptions.
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