Aaron Rodgers is coming off a spectacular NFL MVP season in 2011 in which he threw for 45 touchdown passes, had just six interceptions and shattered the league record with a 122.5 passer rating.
That followed a 2010 campaign in which he guided the Packers to a championship and earned Super Bowl MVP honors.
In an interview with Mike Vandermause of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Rodgers said he wants to be a Packer for life. “I want to be a Packer for life and I don’t see myself going anywhere else,” said Rodgers.
Rodgers isn’t worried about getting into a contract battle with the Packers like Drew Brees is currently involved in with the Saints.
“I think they’re an organization who is going to do what’s best for the organization,” Rodgers said. “Obviously my representation, just like any representation, is trying to get the most money possible at times. I don’t see it being an issue. I want to be a Packer for life and I don’t see myself going anywhere else. I don’t think they would even get close to that. When the negotiation time does come I have confidence in my representation and I know we’re going to do a fair deal, it’s fair for them and for me. And hopefully I’ll feel good about it.”