Four-time Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams is in the final year of his contract and assured everyone earlier this month that he will report to training camp in late July, even without putting it in writing. an extension. Adams previously admitted, however, that he could leave the packers via free agency next March if current NFL quarterback and MVP Aaron Rodgers is no longer associated with the franchise by then.
The 28-year-old recently told him Fox News Rodgers’ future could affect yours in the future.
“That will play a role, but there have been conversations, really just conversations, but we haven’t really done anything or talked about anything worth mentioning,” Adams explained of the contract discussions. “It’s been like the initial stage of the conversation, and we’ll find out what happens. Hopefully something works out, but I’m there to play anyway. That will resolve itself in time.”
Adams added: “I’ve been to four NFC championship games and I have no Super Bowl appearances … That’s the end goal.”
In that same conversation with Fox, Adams noted that he and his teammates do not discuss the Rodgers situation, but that matter could leave the Packers with a difficult decision to make this fall. If Jordan Love and not Rodgers is the starting quarterback for a struggling team, Green Bay may have to buy Adams from a contender in October or ultimately risk losing him for nothing.