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Breaking: Aaron Rodgers Has Reportedly Made His Decision

Aaron Rodgers walks off the field on Saturday night.

GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN - JANUARY 22: Quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers gestures as he exits the field after losing the NFC Divisional Playoff game to the San Francisco 49ers at Lambeau Field on January 22, 2022 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

After over a month of rumors and speculation, Aaron Rodgers is staying put, according to multiple reports.

On Tuesday morning, "The Pat McAfee Show" Twitter account said Rodgers will remain with the Green Bay Packers.

The four-time league MVP has been making weekly appearances on McAfee's show for some time now, so this is as close to an official announcement as possible.

"According to my sources.

BREAKING: According to my sources.. @AaronRodgers12 will officially be returning to the Green Bay Packers.

There is no deal in place currently but there is said to be a Cap Friendly deal on the way.

Retirement was a real consideration & in the end

🗣 HE IS BACK WITH THE PACK pic.twitter.com/1lpdcLxyPL

— 🅿️at McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) March 8, 2022

">@AaronRodgers12  will officially be returning to the Green Bay Packers," McAfee tweeted. "There is no deal in place currently but there is said to be a Cap Friendly deal on the way. Retirement was a real consideration and in the end HE IS BACK WITH THE PACK."

McAfee says the deal is cap-friendly, and NFL Network's Ian Rapoport

The #Packers and MVP QB Aaron Rodgers have agreed to terms on a 4-year, $200M deal that makes him the highest paid player in NFL history, sources say. He gets a whopping $153M guaranteed and his cap number goes down. A monstrous commitment by GB for years to come. 💰 💰 💰

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 8, 2022

">has the reported details. According to Rapoport, Rodgers is getting a mind-boggling $153 million guaranteed over the next four seasons--$200 million in total--but his cap number is going down, which will help the Packers.

Now the highest-paid player in NFL history, Rodgers will continue to pursue Super Bowl ring No. 2 in Green Bay.

More to come...