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The Dolphins have a massive amount of draft capital over the next few years to offer,  too bad they traded down this year.

If San Fran's offer (with a good QB!) was turned down, what else could the Jets or Miami offer besides a lot of future picks?   

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1 minute ago, Foxx said:

I don't know why the Pack didn't accept the 9'ers insane offer.


If they trade him, I am assuming they want him out of the NFC. Bills Fans, however, would like to keep Rogers in the NFC. 😛 

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Rogers for all the SF picks this year?  The GB turns around and trades 3 to Denver or Carolina for a boatload of current and future picks. 

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Given all the weapons the *Patriots just bought, a move to NE* would be the most disconcerting.

 

And while Rogers is a massive upgrade over Cam Newton, part of me still believes he's more hype at this point than anything else. You could see it when he played Tampa last year. The first game was terrible. I mean, he opened up a lead, then threw back-to-back picks and it fell apart from there.

 

But, y'know, MVP and all...

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9 minutes ago, Dubs part Dub said:

Rogers for all the SF picks this year?  The GB turns around and trades 3 to Denver or Carolina for a boatload of current and future picks. 

They did draft their QB of the future last year...

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2 minutes ago, Foxx said:

They did draft their QB of the future last year...


Well, if that is what made him so angry, he better not head to Miami. They have Tua, you know! And according to Miami fans he's the bestest!  

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2 minutes ago, Ann said:


Well, if that is what made him so angry, he better not head to Miami. They have Tua, you know! And according to Miami fans he's the bestest!  

What, Aaron is 40?  How many good years does he have left?

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7 minutes ago, Foxx said:

They did draft their QB of the future last year...


that’s what I’m saying. I’d you’re the GM and you truly believe Love is legit, you’ll never get another opportunity to reload like this. Sak up and put your money where your mouth is. 

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Adam Schefter is running wild with this story...
 

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The Packers are aware of his feelings, concerned about them and have had team president Mark Murphy, general manager Brian Gutekunst and head coach Matt LaFleur each fly out on separate trips to meet with Rodgers at various points this offseason, sources told ESPN.
 

"As we've stated since the season ended, we are committed to Aaron in 2021 and beyond," Gutekunst told ESPN. "Aaron has been a vital part of our success and we look forward to competing for another championship with him leading our team."
 

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The Packers have offered to extend Rodgers' contract, sources told ESPN.
 

Rodgers is unhappy for a variety of reasons, with some of it dating to last year's draft when the Packers didn't inform him before trading up to draft a quarterback with their first-round pick. Some took this as a sign that his days in Green Bay could be numbered.
 

He also is at a different point in his personal life, having recently gotten engaged to actress Shailene Woodley. Rodgers also has hosted "Jeopardy!" and said it would be a dream to become the full-time host. He could play football and also host "Jeopardy!"
 

Rodgers has made cryptic comments about his future in Green Bay, but he has told others that he does not want to return.
 

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An NFL player has never been traded after winning the MVP award in the previous season. The only MVPs to not return to their team in the season after winning the award were Norm Van Brocklin (retired after winning in 1960) and Jim Brown (retired after winning in 1965).
 

Rodgers' contract contained a $6.8 million roster bonus due in March. It could have been converted into a signing bonus that would have freed up more than $4.5 million in salary-cap space for this season but instead it "vested as scheduled," a source told ESPN at the time. It's listed as an automatic conversion in Rodgers' contract, but even that has to be signed off on by both parties. It's not known if the Packers tried to convert and Rodgers refused to sign off on it, or if they did not attempt a conversion

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1 minute ago, Foxx said:

What, Aaron is 40?  How many good years does he have left?


1) He's 37
2) I don't know... if he went to Marsha's voodoo witch, could be 6-7 years. 
 

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