Adams on Wednesday threw chilly water on any notion he and the Packers had been going to return collectively for an extension earlier than the beginning of the 2021 season, leaving the door open for him probably leaving within the 2022 offseason, based on Professional Soccer Discuss.
“No. No probability, no,” he mentioned when requested whether or not deal would get performed earlier than Week 1.
Adams mentioned he and Aaron Rodgers are coming into the 2021 season with an “equivalent mindset.” Rodgers was almost getting ready to leaving the Packers this previous offseason and restructured his contract, which might give him an out after the 2021 season.
“[K]ind of how I take a look at it and the way we began to have a look at is as a group, is like, it truly is the final dance for having one of these group right here,” the receiver mentioned. “We don’t know what the subsequent 12 months goes to carry — leaving myself and Aaron and stuff out of it. There’s nonetheless a number of large components to this group, aside from us right here.
“So the best way we take a look at it’s, that is the group we’ve got proper now so we’ve got to go on the market and care for it. There’s actually no excuse, as a result of we’ve received a number of the identical guys from final 12 months and we simply added on, I really feel like received higher than we had been the previous couple years. So there’s no excuse however to care for enterprise now.”
Adams informed Fox Information in June he was “able to rock” this season with or with out Rodgers however had the NFL MVP’s again it doesn’t matter what.