Earlier this offseason, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was asked whether the big deal that Mike Glennon got as a free agent amid rising salaries for quarterbacks across the board should lead to talk about a new deal of his own. Rodgers said he thinks “it has to,” but he doesn’t sound like he’s ready to start banging on the table about getting that new deal done sooner rather than later. Rodgers said he’s confident that things will move forward on that front because he knows his value to the team and believes the team knows it as well. “Well, that stuff usually takes care of itself, and I have a fantastic agent, he does a great job. He worries about that stuff,” Rodgers said, via Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com.
Aaron Rodgers not at top of QB pay scale, but 'team appreciates me'
ESPN | Jun 6