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(247 Sports)   In case you are wondering....a man who is making over $20 million dollars a year is looking for financial security   (247sports.com) divider line
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2021-04-12 9:51:54 PM  
If Dak Prescott is getting 40 million a year, Aaron Rodgers is underpaid.
 
Oak
2021-04-12 10:07:57 PM  
Maybe someday he'll be able to afford something tastier than Bud Light.
 
2021-04-12 10:09:19 PM  

Snapper Carr: If Dak Prescott is getting 40 million a year, Aaron Rodgers is underpaid.


That's the way qb deals go. Anyone taking a longer deal than 4 or 5 years is just asking to be underpaid.

/oh hello Mahomes....lols
 
2021-04-12 11:27:27 PM  
Annual salaries for athletes are misleading. His extension was 4 years for $134M.
While his "salary" this year may be officially 20 million, another $13M or whatever is paid as a roster bonus or signing bonus or something. I don't feel like looking up the breakdown of his contract but saying he's only making $20M this year is probably false.

It's like if you or I took a job that paid  $100K a year, all up front, then claiming we worked for free all year because we didn't get a paycheck every week.
 
2021-04-13 12:20:58 AM  
I guess he thinks his future is in jeopardy.
 
2021-04-13 12:27:16 AM  

jimpoz: I guess he thinks his future is in jeopardy.


I hope he don't let go while he's hanging on because he's been hanging on so long
 
2021-04-13 12:55:48 AM  

jimpoz: I guess he thinks his future is in jeopardy.


Underrated, even if not in the form of a question.
 
2021-04-13 10:06:46 AM  
As a lifelong packer fan...

Brett Favre was no where near as annoying at the end of his Packers tenure as Rodgers is getting to be.

They need to trade him before the Draft.   See what they might get anyway.  Because he isnt staying after the deal is up.   And if he does, he will be getting more than he will be worth, dragging the team down with his cap number.

He is a great player, and would be missed.  It is sad.  But its time.
 
2021-04-13 12:17:36 PM  

I sound fat: As a lifelong packer fan...

Brett Favre was no where near as annoying at the end of his Packers tenure as Rodgers is getting to be.

They need to trade him before the Draft.   See what they might get anyway.  Because he isnt staying after the deal is up.   And if he does, he will be getting more than he will be worth, dragging the team down with his cap number.

He is a great player, and would be missed.  It is sad.  But its time.


Well this is clearly complete nonsense and a lie
 
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