Sources: Green Bay Packers are ready to spend near the salary cap in 2022 in order to lure Aaron Rodgers’s return

The Green Bay PackersTo entice 2022's customers, they are willing to do everything. Aaron RodgersSources tell ESPN's Adam Schefter that the team will be returning next season. The plan is to spend as much of the cap as possible and spread it across future years.

It was used by The New Orleans Saints before quarterback Drew Brees retired.

Rodgers, who won his second consecutive MVP AwardThursday was his fourth week with the company and he stated that he is no longer bitter about the company as a result of the animosity he had last year.

Rodgers (38) said that he would make a decision in 2022 about what he wanted to do, “in a near future, but I'm not going to keep a lot people waiting.”

He seemed to have laid out all the possible scenarios in his post-awards news conference. However, he did seem to downplay the possibility of playing for another team after mentioning that it would be the best place for him.

Rodgers paused briefly to say, “I think it's important to take some emotion out of it” “The best decision that I can make for myself moving forward is not to place, but to what does it feel to commit to a season if this is what I want to do. I feel that my body is still in a good place.

He previously had hinted on The Pat McAfee Showhe said he'd like his decision to be made by the March 8 franchise tender deadline. The Packers will need to decide if they want to use the tag for star wide receiver. Davante Adams.

Rodgers still has one year left on his contract with Packers. The Packers are currently facing serious salary-cap problems this offseason. The Packers are currently $48,910,955 over their projected cap for the 2022 season, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Nine teams are already over the cap. The Saints, however, are the worst off with $74,174,019 more than their cap.

After the season Rodgers voiced concern about the Packers' rebuilding process. This Rodgers said he doesn't want to be part of. Matt LaFleur, Coach, said that the team could reload to make another run at the Super Bowl.

LaFleur declared at the end of season, “Absolutely there are plans in place.” “There are ways to, I don’t want to say manipulate but there are ways to move money and make sure we get the bulk our key contributors back.”

Report by Rob Demovsky of ESPN

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