May 22, 2022
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Vikings Still Have To Deal With Rodgers In Green Bay

(Eagan, MN) — The Minnesota Vikings will continue playing against Aaron Rodgers twice a season for the next four years. Reports say the Green Bay Packers and Rodgers agreed to a four-year, 200-million-dollar deal yesterday. There were reports Rodgers and the Packers were going to sever ties in the offseason, but it looks like the future Hall of Famer will end his career in Green Bay. Meanwhile, Russell Wilson was traded from the Seahawks to the Denver Broncos yesterday, making Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins one of the top QBs available if the Vikings want to put him on the trading block.

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