Green Bay Packers and Jordan Love’s Management Team in Intensified Talks for Contract Extension Ahead of Training Camp

Jordan Love expects contract extension before training camp

Packers General Manager Brian Gutekunst confirmed last week that both parties are eager to finalize Jordan Love’s contract extension before training camp. Love, who has been informed about negotiations through his agent, expects discussions to intensify after the conclusion of this week’s offseason program, with training camp set to begin on July 22nd.

Last May, Love signed an extension that included an $8.789 million signing bonus and increased his annual average pay to $13.5 million. After an impressive season passing for 4,159 yards and 32 touchdowns, the Packers have confidence in Love as Aaron Rodgers’ long-term successor and are committed to compensating him accordingly. Jared Goff’s recent extension with the Lions, which averages $53 million per year, could serve as a model for Love’s contract.

Love’s active participation in the entire offseason program reflects his dedication and readiness for the upcoming season. His performance and potential have solidified his position as the Packers’ future franchise quarterback, leading to ongoing negotiations for his extension.

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