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How Aaron Rodgers got back to being certain he’ll spend his entire career with the Packers

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Aaron Rodgers says he plans to retire with the Green Bay Packers. The 38-year-old quarterback signed a three-year, $150 million extension this offseason. He says he'll sit down with the team after the season "and figure out what the next step is" The Packers' receiving corps is in flux after the departure of Davante Adams.
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USA Today

Aaron Rodgers 'definitely' will finish his career in Green Bay, but doesn't fault Davante Adams for departing

A lot has changed for Aaron Rodgers. Davante Adams’ absence from the offense is only part of the new reality he faces entering his age-39 season.

2 months ago·United States
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ESPN

Rodgers: 'Definitely' will finish career with Pack

Aaron Rodgers doesn't know how many more seasons he will play but said Tuesday he "definitely" plans to finish his career with the Packers.

2 months ago·United States
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New York Post

Aaron Rodgers ‘definitely’ wants to retire with the Packers

A year after his future with the franchise was seemingly up in the air, Aaron Rodgers said Tuesday he want’s to end his career with Green Bay.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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Sports Illustrated

Rodgers ‘Definitely’ Intends to Finish Career With Packers

Aaron Rodgers' unequivocal commitment to the Packers stands in stark contrast to last offseason.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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Inforum

Aaron Rodgers says he’ll ‘definitely’ retire with Packers

Rodgers said he was "100 percent invested" for the 2022 season and didn't want to put a number to how many more seasons he had left in him.

2 months ago·Fargo, United States
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Madison.com

How Aaron Rodgers got back to being certain he’ll spend his entire career with the Packers

It was nothing short of astonishing on Tuesday to hear the quarterback reply to a reporter who asked him if he now thinks he’ll finish his career in Green Bay. “Yes,” Rodgers replied. “Definitely.”

2 months ago·Madison, United States
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