Packers QB Aaron Rodgers says Davante Adams is becoming a rich man

Lynette Rowe
December 16, 2017

That means Packers fans can move past the brutal 8-week Brett Hundley era and break out the lotion again for 3 hours on Sunday.

Rodgers was medically cleared on Tuesday and will play for the first time since Week 6.

"After the play I go back to the huddle, don't even look or say a word to him", Barr wrote.

"If you think about it, the way they set it up, presented everything, you just knew the goal was to get him back as soon as possible", he said. "For the big picture that's win the Super Bowl and not worry about how much money I get", Adams said.

Further south, Rodgers' return has been greeted with a mere shrug of the shoulders.

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"Aaron Rodgers is one of those guys that probably really doesn't need a lot of practice", Rivera said.

With around six to eight inches of fresh snow falling on the city this week, the Packers are issuing a call for intrepid fans to help them clean up the mess ahead of the team's game against the Minnesota Vikings next week. That's what we expected. "Obviously I know there was a stretch where I wasn't getting home".

But maybe there is some reason to be concerned. He's averaging 307.5 yards per game with 12 touchdown passes and three interceptions over the past four meetings. The 37-year-old defensive end has 9½ sacks coming into the game against his former team.

Matthews' timing has been very good, as he's at a point in his contract where he'd leave no dead money on the Packers' salary cap if they moved on.

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