Rotoworld.com wrote:Aaron Rodgers - QB - Packers
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on NFL Live that Aaron Rodgers' impending extension with the Packers is expected to be worth over $100 million across four years.
"This is a very simple deal to do for Aaron Rodgers," said Schefter. "There are many people around the league who are expecting a four-year, $25-plus million extension a year. ... That's how that deal is going to come down when it comes down." Schefter confirmed the Packers have been preparing to complete the new deal this offseason, sitting on their salary cap space to lock up Rodgers through age 35. Rodgers is 29 years old. His current deal has two years left.
Mar 19 - 4:42 PM
Likely at some point in the next 6 months, Ryan and Rodgers will get extensions on par with Joe Flacco. Rodgers deal will definitely exceed Flacco's deal. It remains to be seen if Ryan's will. My hope is that Ryan's deal comes under both. I think since both Flacco and Rodgers have hardware and Ryan doesn't, he should be No. 3. But the Falcons should put incentives in the deal that should Ryan and the Falcons win a Super Bowl in the next 3 or so years, it'll push Ryan's deal to No. 1.