Aaron Rodgers declined a Packers extension offer that would’ve made him the highest-paid QB | Get Up

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Aaron Rodgers declined a Packers extension offer that would’ve made him the highest-paid QB | Get Up

Adam Schefter reports that Aaron Rodgers turned down a two-year extension offer from the Green Bay Packers this offseason. The deal would have tied the reigning MVP to the Packers for five more seasons and made him the highest-paid quarterback in football.

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