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Rodgers signs 5-year, $110M contract extension

10:44 PM, Apr. 26, 2013
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Green Bay Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy made it clear from the beginning of the negotiations with quarterback Aaron Rodgers: The team would have no trouble coming up with the cash necessary to set a new market value for their star player.

More important, though, was finding a way to structure the contract so it wouldn't put the Packers in a salary-cap bind that would prevent them from doing business as usual when it came to re-signing key players or acquiring others.

Murphy believes the Packers were successful in that regard Friday, when Rodgers signed a five-year contract extension ...

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