Davante Adams appeared on Tuesday unsure of his future. The Packers seem determined to make it clear.
ESPN reporter Jeremy Fowler reported Thursday that Adams and Packers are close to a deal that will pay him as one of the elite receivers in the NFL.
“Davante Adams and Packers are expected to reach an agreement to extend the contract for a longer period. He will probably be the highest paid receiver in the league someday, ”Fowler told ESPN’s SportsCenter. According to the Bleacher Report. “I believe most of the interviewees are the best in that position right now. So whether Aaron Rogers is a midfielder or Jordan Love is a priority for the Packers.”
Adams, 28, was Rogers’ main target last season. He finished the year with 115 receptions for 1,374 yards and led the league with 18 goals. If he hAcesparks’t missed two games with an injury to his number, his numbers could have been even heavier.
News of the extension will upset a number of teams who believe Adams will be a free agent after this season. In particular, Raiders midfielder Derek Carr, who was a teammate of Adams in Fresno and said he wanted to join his former playmaker.
“I am always welcome [playing] again with him. I think it reveals something in both of us that people haven’t seen yet. And I’m always open to that and work very hard to hire. So when the time comes, it will be a full court press, ”Carr told ABC30 about Adams’ potential free agency in Fresno.
With the contract extension on the horizon, Carr’s dreams seem to have been dashed.
“Well, I mean, I’m a Packerman, so I can’t go too far on that,” Adams said. Bay Area News Group. “When the season is over and nothing is understood, maybe we have something to talk about. But these are cautious waters, so I can’t stand it now. “
His plan was reported to Adams Bleacher Report last week.don’t go anywhere. “It simply came to our notice then.
The question of who will throw football at him still remains, as there is still no information about whether Rogers plans to return to the Packers.