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Aaron Rodgers Reportedly Wants Player Options in New Packers Contract

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is reportedly seeking additional control in order to sign a long-term extension.聽聽
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Womens Blake Comeau Jersey On Thursday, Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network reported Rodgers is pushing for contract options that would give him an opportunity to renegotiate if QB salaries continue to skyrocket:

Obviously, we’d like to lock something in at some point, Rodgers聽told reporters聽in April. The team has made that public knowledge, they’d love to do that. I’ve said many times I’d love to finish my career here. There’s more than mutual interest on both sides.

Both sides are working towards it and we’re confident we’ll come to an agreement soon, Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst said on聽PFT Live聽in May.

All told, the reported request for player options could end up being a bigger sticking point than the money as the sides try to get an extension done before the start of the 2018 season.

He again set a career high with seven touchdowns in 2016. And he capped last season with two scores in the Pro Bowl, on the way to being named the all-star game’s offensive MVP.

Walker said he wants to finish his career with the Titans, and believes he deserves to be paid as an elite tight end. That’s not currently the case 鈥?his average annual salary of $6.68 million ranks 13th at his position. He insists he has several good years remaining. And he aims to prove it.

You see me out there,Walker said. You can write about it and tell them how well you think I look out there, but I feel great. At the end of the day, until I feel like someone can take my spot, I’m going to keep D.J. Swearinger Authentic Jersey playing. I feel like I can play for four years. As long as I still feel that way and I’m moving as fast as I am on the field, and making plays, I’m not going to stop.
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