The majority of the questions fielded by Aaron Rodgers following his first Green Bay Packers training camp practice had to do with the contract extension we all thought he would have by now, but still remains without.
Rodgers certainly didn’t rule out the possibility of signing an extension this year, but he said his focus has now gone elsewhere.
Rodgers had two years left on his current deal, so there’s time. But there are a number of quarterbacks now that are averaging more per year than Rodgers.
“I don’t know if there’s a timetable,” Rodgers said. “The feelings haven’t changed. Obviously, I’d love to be here, and I think they’ve spoken at length about wanting to extend my deal. But now that I’m here, my focus is definitely on other places. It’s on my teammates, my leadership role, my performance on the field. That’s why I have Dave Dunn (his agent) to take care of all that stuff.” [Read more…]