Aaron Rodgers/Graham Harrell 2012 summary:
Rodgers didn’t repeat as the NFL’s Most Valuable Player, but that doesn’t diminish his 2012 achievements. With injuries across the board on offense, Rodgers still threw 39 touchdown passes with eight interceptions, and the Packers repeated as NFC North champions. Outlook:
At age 29, Rodgers will remain in his prime for several more seasons. Rodgers has outplayed his current contract, so look for talks to begin between him and the Packers about a deal that could make him the NFL’s highest-paid quarterback. The Packers have made a three-year investment in developing Harrell, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see him pushed for the backup role in training camp. One contender is B.J. Coleman, a 2012 seventh-round pick from Tennessee-Chattanooga. —Alex Marvez
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