Kirk Cousins may have made life difficult for the Green Bay Packers when he signed a three-year, fully guaranteed contract worth $84 million this offseason. Aaron Rodgers has just two more years remaining on his deal, and it’s no secret he wants a new one. While he probably won’t get a Cousins-type deal, the Packers may have to get creative with the six-time Pro Bowler. In an interview with Peter King for King’s first “Football Morning in America” column with NBC Sports, Rodgers said he would be open to a unique contract agreement with the Packers. The example King laid out would be a deal that included annual raises for Rodgers based on the percentage the NFL salary cap increases. “It’s only been on my mind because … people have been writing and talking about it a lot,” Rodgers said of his contract. “There have been many conversations about it. I think that there’s some merit to looking into where you do a non-traditional contractual agreement. If anybody at this point is gonna be able to do something like that, I think there needs to be a conversation about it. I never said anything about [tying the contract to] the… Read full this story
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