The Green Bay Packers are still int he midst of free agency wheeling and dealing, but will turn next to a few players in-house – mainly Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.
Packers president Mark Murphy says all three players’ futures in Green Bay are actively being considered, per Rob Demovsky of ESPN.
The team may be content with sitting on the bulk of their current $20 million in cap space to address this needs.
“You can’t just look at this year; you have to have a plan over a two-to-three-year period,” Murphy told reporters in Phoenix at the NFL Owners meeting. “Who are our core players that we’re going to need to sign? And we want to have money available for those signings, not just this year.”
“Obviously Aaron is extremely important to the organization, and I know they have a plan for him,” he added. “Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and you’ve got others, Davante Adams, that are coming up towards the end of their contracts as well.”