Aaron Rodgers is set to get a big contract extension from the Packers. If teammate A.J. Hawk's sources are correct, Rodgers is going to get a fortune.
"Let’s be honest, all of us minions have nothing that we can offer Aaron that would even come close to anything that he would get," Hawk told the NFL Network.
"He deserves every dime he’s going to get. He’s going to get a billion dollars, probably, so I’m OK with anything they want to give him, because he’s one of the best in the world and he deserves everything."
Rodgers and the Packers are reportedly working on a new deal that league sources believe will earn him $25 million per season and make him the highest-paid player in NFL history.
He'd have to sign a 40-year contract at $25 million per year to earn that coveted billion dollars. Will Aaron be the NFL's first septuagenarian?
- Keenan Allen is sixth in ESPN's stats/production-heavy ranking of the draft's top wide receivers.
- Cal released its post-spring depth chart. Faraudo provides his thoughts.
- The women's team is hosting a banquet on April 24th to celebrate the team's accomplishments. The event includes a reception, silent auction, and dinner.
- Monty is the Pac-12's sixth-highest paid coach with $1.5 million. That's a pretty good deal for the Bears. UCLA's Steve Alford is atop the list at $2.6 million. The Bruins better hope he's a significant upgrade over Howland.
- A rough outing on the first day kept Michael Weaver from making the cut at the Master's.
- No. 1 Cal is second after the second round of the Western Intercollegiate.
- Men's coach Dave Durden was named Pac-12 Coach of the Year while Josh Prenot earned Freshman/Newcomer of the Year honors.
- Casey Mims and Catherine Piehl earned all-conference second team honors and 13 earned all-academic honors.
- Kendall Case and Agatha Nowinski received invitations to US Rowings Women's U-23 National Team Camp.
- The 16th-ranked Bears defeated Utah 6-1.
- Cal swept Arizona on senior day.
- The women's team won its fourth match in a row with a 6-1 win over Arizona.
- Cal and UCLA battled for nine innings before the Bruins scored the game-winning run. Cal lost 6-5.
- Cal took another game to extra innings and again lost by a single run.
- The Bears prevented the UCLA sweep with a 5-1 win.
- Cal remains winless under the Evans Field lights as no. 9 Oregon defeated the Bears 3-2.
- Cal's struggles continued with another loss, 10-4 to Oregon. Cal has lost six in a row and 10 of the last 12.
- Down 21-6 at halftime, Cal rallied to defeat Saint Mary's 42-31. Cal ended the season a perfect 19-0.