Aaron Rodgers, Packers Agree To Four-Year, $134M Deal

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And if Packers wide receiver Davante Adams has his way, Rodgers won't be the only one getting paid in Green Bay.

The deal is built on a four-year extension that will pay Rodgers more than $100 million in guarantees, an National Football League record for guaranteed money.

The 2015 NFL MVP is in the third year of a 5-year, $103,800,000 deal he signed with the Panthers after the 2015 season.

The deal also calls for Rodgers to receive $80 million of that guaranteed money by March.

However, Cousins is being credited for pushing QB contracts upward.

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Aaron Rodgers is arguably the top quarterback in the NFL.

Rodgers previously signed a five-year, $110 million extension in 2013 that included a $35 million signing bonus and a total of $54 million guaranteed. Rodgers was scheduled to make a little over $20.5 million this season and $21.1 million in 2019. For his career, Rodgers has completed 3,188 of 4,895 passes (65.1 pct.) for 38,502 yards (7.9 yds/att.) and 313 touchdowns with 78 INTs.

Rodgers, 34, has said he would like to follow Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and play into his 40s.

Any questions about Rodgers' value to the Packers were settled past year. That's the only way this is going to work, and the best way things work in this situation is that we're in this thing together.