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Earlier Sunday morning, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the Green Bay Packers are “prepared to go all in” on quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

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Packers are prepared to go all in for Aaron Rodgers in 2022, spending as close to the cap this year and spreading it into future years as much as possible

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per sources,” Schefter reported. “Saints used this approach for Drew Brees and Green Bay willing to deploy that model to further entice Rogers.”

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Schefter’s sources are rarely wrong, but there is one former Packers executive who is a bit skeptical.

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Former Packers exec Andrew Brandt suggested that’s not how the organization does business.

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If the Packers commit to Aaron for two years, they will have wasted the Jordan Love pick,” he said in a message on Twitter.

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I know what you’re saying: ‘Who cares, it’s Aaron!’ But they care. These are not the Rams; they are the ‘Draft and Develop’ Packers.

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Rodgers is still under contract for the 2022 season and has a player option for 2023

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However, it seems like the team is trying to lock him in with a massive offer for at least the 2022 campaign.