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The sources said in ESPN Diana Rossini said Tuesday that the NFL MVP award winner is expected to inform the organization of his decision “soon” and while several teams have made extended bids, it will be up to the Packers to decide whether to trade Rodgers.
“I get it,” Rodgers said of the interest in his decision. “There isn’t much to talk about in terms of football and that will be a topic of discussion. But I’m looking forward to making a decision and moving forward. I think it’s what’s best for me. It’s best for the team. It’s best for everyone. The parties involved. Let’s just get this out of the way.”
Players general manager Brian Gutkunst said Wednesday that Rodgers’ situation will need to be sorted out before the team can make other moves, notably exceeding the salary cap for next season.
said through NFL.com. “It’s a big piece. It’s a domino that has to fall before we go other ways. So it’s important that we go through these pieces and the pieces of the puzzle that we have to fit. This is the first piece we move on. … There are some timing elements to things. We had really good conversations with Aaron and everyone throughout the process.”
Rodgers has made it clear that he has no interest in being “part of a rebuild” and that the Packers are doing what they can to create more space.
according to in ESPN Field Yates, Packers have released nearly $14 million in max space in the past two days.
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