REPORT: Denver Broncos ‘All-In’ On Acquiring Aaron Rogers But Green Bay Preparing To Offer Him ‘Monster’ Contract

Aaron Rodgers has been the face of the Green Bay Packers for nearly two decades, but the end of his tenure with the franchise is once again a huge topic of discussion for the second-straight offseason.

To make sure he doesn’t leave, the Green Bay Packers are reportedly preparing a new deal to keep star quarterback Aaron Rodgers. That is the report coming from NFL insider Benjamin Allbright who stated the Packers are preparing a “monster deal” in an effort to keep Rodgers in Green Bay:

The Packers offered Aaron Rodgers a two-year contract extension last offseason that would have tied him to Green Bay for the next five seasons and made him the highest-paid player in the NFL. He turned it down and many believed 2021-22 would be his last season in Green Bay, especially after the team drafted his potential heir-apparent in Jordan Love.

Since then, the Packers and Rodgers seemed to have fixed their relationship and a return to Green Bay seems to be on the table.

Meanwhile, the Denver Broncos had hired Nathanial Hackett as their head coach in what looks like an attempt to lure Rodgers to the Mile High.