Quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers have reached agreement on a five-year contract extension that will pay Rodgers $110 million in addition to the $20.75 million remaining on the final two years of his current contract.
The $22 million annual average for Rodgers puts him ahead of Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. The Super Bowl MVP signed a contract in March that averages $21.6 million per year.
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