First reported by Pat McAfee on his "Pat McAfee Show" and confirm by NFL Network's Ian Rapoport
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers have reached an agreement on a four-year, $200 millions extension. This deal makes the four-time and reigning MVP QB the highest-paid player on an annual basis in NFL history.
$153 million of the $200 million deal will be guaranteed dollars and the cap hit to the Packers will go down.
Now reports have surfaced that the team will most likely franchise tag wide receiver Davante Adams as today is the deadline for team to use their tag on players. This will be the second consecutive Adams will be tagged in an attempt to keep the core of the Packers together now that the main man is locked up.