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Aaron Rodgers has been a popular topic of discussion in the sports world since his departure from the Packers. His $58.3 million option bonus has been moved to 2024, leaving him with a minimum salary of $1.165 million for the upcoming season. The Jets, who recently acquired Rodgers, are currently in the process of working out a new deal.
Jets G.M. Joe Douglas told reporters during a recent appearance on #PFTPM that the two sides are currently working on it. There’s considerable uncertainty about how the money will be split between the next two years, and this decision could be a significant factor in whether Rodgers decides to stay with the team for one season or two.
But there’s another important consideration that must be taken into account, one that might not sit well with his agents. Aaron Rodgers might decide to reduce the total amount of money due over the next two years, in exchange for just moving the money around. While his agents may not approve, such a move would dramatically improve his standing on the team.
Rodgers’ success on the field is undeniable, but his ability to build strong relationships with his coaches and teammates is equally important. By showing a willingness to work with the Jets and compromise on certain financial aspects, Rodgers could secure a place in their hearts and become an invaluable asset for years to come. The ball is now in his court, as he weighs the merits of financial gain versus personal satisfaction and team loyalty.
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