Packers signed QB Aaron Rodgers to a five-year, $110 million extension through 2019.
Club president Mark Murphy indicated that the Packers' forthcoming extension with Aaron Rodgers may not be as imminent as media reports suggest.
Aaron Rodgers has no plans to hold out of Packers offseason workouts if the sides have yet to reach a new deal.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, there's "leaguewide speculation" Aaron Rodgers' new deal could be worth over $25 million per season.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Aaron Rodgers hopes to have an extension finalized before he reports for OTAs on April 15.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Packers are offering Aaron Rodgers over $21 million per season in long-term talks, but that the sides are roughly $2 million apart.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Packers and Aaron Rodgers are "getting closer" to a long-term contract extension.
According to ProFootballTalk.com, Aaron Rodgers' new contract with the Packers could be done before April's draft.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on NFL Live that Aaron Rodgers' impending extension with the Packers is expected to be worth over $100 million across four years.
Packers president Mark Murphy confirms signing Aaron Rodgers to a long-term contract extension before the start of the season is a "priority."
A league source with knowledge of the situation told PFT the Packers will extend Aaron Rodgers' contract "soon," and that it will "set a new benchmark that will stand for several years."
Sources tell CBS Sports that Aaron Rodgers won't stage a holdout if he doesn't get a new contract this offseason.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel says "it's hard to imagine" the Packers not having extensions done with Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews before the season.
Aaron Rodgers said he is in no rush to sign a contract extension.