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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeudy10Hamler1 View Post
    You really don’t know what your talking about bro, his contract would obviously be extended and rightfully so! It would be totally negligent to let Drew walk and leave us with absolutely nothing at the Quarterback position
    Best case scenario, Rodgers retires after 2 years and Drew chooses to sign a 1-year prove it deal...which is about all he'd get anywhere. If he happens to do that here...and has a good season...then he creates market demand for himself and can potentially go anywhere he wants. But my guess is that Rodgers probably has at least 3 solid seasons left in him, which goes beyond Lock's rookie deal. Why on Earth would he or any "young" QB sign an extension to be a back up if there are opportunities to fight for a starting role?

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    Quote Originally Posted by underrated29 View Post
    I think I just saw on espn that Rodgers turned down the long term extension with the packers that was being discussed. Can anyone confirm?

    If so, that is great news for us to land him.
    What I heard is that they offered to him more than MaHomes this year but it wasn't a true extension going forward. So it's almost like they took something bad and made it worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pnbronco View Post
    What I heard is that they offered to him more than MaHomes this year but it wasn't a true extension going forward. So it's almost like they took something bad and made it worse.
    Even better!

    he wants long term and we can give him that. This needs to happen.
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by underrated29 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by pnbronco View Post
    What I heard is that they offered to him more than MaHomes this year but it wasn't a true extension going forward. So it's almost like they took something bad and made it worse.
    Even better!

    he wants long term and we can give him that. This needs to happen.
    I won't let myself believe it until the ink is dry but I think it's a done deal. To him it's Denver or bust. Wifey factor is immense here
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    I know it's still wishful thinking, but why is it that almost every source I see/read, mentions The Broncos? They are tuned in better than most of us, so why does our team keep coming up? Probably because of solid tangibles and intangibles. Possibly because there are often leaks, or conversations had, that can be revealing. Hey, it's time to listen up whenever Shailene speaks. She might be excited for him to play here, with property and all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    I know it's still wishful thinking, but why is it that almost every source I see/read, mentions The Broncos? They are tuned in better than most of us, so why does our team keep coming up? Probably because of solid tangibles and intangibles. Possibly because there are often leaks, or conversations had, that can be revealing. Hey, it's time to listen up whenever Shailene speaks. She might be excited for him to play here, with property and all.
    I wish he had a NTC. Then we could be very well assured he would come to us. I am still worried that they might ship him somewhere else (if they do at all). Three more weeks guys!
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shazam! View Post
    I won't let myself believe it until the ink is dry but I think it's a done deal. To him it's Denver or bust. Wifey factor is immense here
    Without a NTC, the wifey factor is completely irrelevant. The biggest thing we have going for us is our cap space. Only other team that could afford him is Jacksonville and that really isn't happening. Unless they trade him to a team that unloads a big QB contract in return, but it makes no sense for GB to take on more QB salary on top of the dead AR money they'll have. Especially if they want to move forward with Love.

    I still don't think it will happen and fully expect to see Bridgewater starting week one...but I'll be happy if it does. Depending on what we give for him

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachChaz View Post
    Without a NTC, the wifey factor is completely irrelevant. The biggest thing we have going for us is our cap space. Only other team that could afford him is Jacksonville and that really isn't happening. Unless they trade him to a team that unloads a big QB contract in return, but it makes no sense for GB to take on more QB salary on top of the dead AR money they'll have. Especially if they want to move forward with Love.

    I still don't think it will happen and fully expect to see Bridgewater starting week one...but I'll be happy if it does. Depending on what we give for him
    They keep saying we have a cap space advantage, a solid group of weapons, no big QB contract to unload, and possibly other good news, like having revered legendary QBs like Elway and even Manning to have a nice HoF chat with. The wifey thing is a good thing, in case if it ever gets to that place in the discussions. And I do think The Brady effect is what will make players like Rodgers have few doubts, if they have any say in what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    They keep saying we have a cap space advantage, a solid group of weapons, no big QB contract to unload, and possibly other good news, like having revered legendary QBs like Elway and even Manning to have a nice HoF chat with. The wifey thing is a good thing, in case if it ever gets to that place in the discussions. And I do think The Brady effect is what will make players like Rodgers have few doubts, if they have any say in what happens.
    That's not his point. He doesn't have a no trade clause, so he has no control over where he goes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachChaz View Post
    Without a NTC, the wifey factor is completely irrelevant. The biggest thing we have going for us is our cap space. Only other team that could afford him is Jacksonville and that really isn't happening. Unless they trade him to a team that unloads a big QB contract in return, but it makes no sense for GB to take on more QB salary on top of the dead AR money they'll have. Especially if they want to move forward with Love.

    I still don't think it will happen and fully expect to see Bridgewater starting week one...but I'll be happy if it does. Depending on what we give for him
    Is there any middle ground? Because the wifey factor influences what he wants. What he wants can be protected via the classic "I'll only play for these teams/if you trade me somewhere I don't want to go I'll just retire," and sort of nukes that.

    I think it truly comes down to the notion of how far he will take it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoWave View Post
    That's not his point. He doesn't have a no trade clause, so he has no control over where he goes.
    I get that. Just putting together all the factors I see as a positive influence, and it might help if he has preferences...if GB cares at all. The more ducks you line up the better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    I get that. Just putting together all the factors I see as a positive influence, and it might help if he has preferences...if GB cares at all. The more ducks you line up the better.
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    Done deal....












    Quarterback Blake Bortles is in Green Bay to sign with the Packers, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported Wednesday.


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    If Lock is smart he’d spend the next 2-3 years soaking in the greatness of Rodgers, as long as it takes, just stick with it ... then step in to compete as the heir apparent. He’d be 26-27 when Rodgers hangs it up after 3-peating and he’d be fully developed and in total command of the system.

    Depends on how he looks in what little reps he’d get, sure, it’s all theoretical but I believe my math is sound.

    I mean, it’s not as romantic as toiling in QB purgatory for 5+ years after Rodgers retires but it beats the Garbage Minshew type fairytales.
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    Man, the bettors must really think we're getting Rodgers.

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