Aaron Rodgers signs reworked deal with Green Bay Packers, sources say

Tony Kornheiser reacts against Aaron Rodgers' harsh comments about the Packers front office. (1:58). Rodgers' ranting about Packers (1.58) has blown Kornheiser out of his mind Sources tell ESPN's Adam Schefter that Aaron Rodgers, the Green Bay Packers' Quarterback, has signed a revised deal. The following are some of the concessions made in the new contract His original contract for 2023 is void, and 2022 will be his last year. The Packers were unable to pursue prorated Rodgers' signing bonus because of the removal of the forfeiture provisions. As progress was made in his contract, Rodgers reported to training camps this week. Rodgers acknowledged that he considered retiring and detailed the offseason-long dispute with the Packers. He said that he isn't certain what, if any, will change.


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