Aaron Rodgers and the Packers Don’t Appear to Be Close on a New Deal

Sports Illustrated columnist and former Green Bay Packers front office member Andrew Brandt doesn’t see a new deal being reached with quarterback Aaron Rodgers anytime soon. Of course, Rodgers has two years left on his current contract, but he is vastly underpaid given the present market for franchise quarterbacks. Contract negotiations between the two parties […]

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Prioritizing the Packers Offseason

The trouble lying beneath the Packers’ infrastructure did not come to fruition until former GM Ted Thompson stepped down. Even the casual bystander knew there needed to be a major overhaul on defense. That issue was addressed with the hiring of Mike Pettine. What we didn’t know was that Mark Murphy would hire internally for […]

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