|Aaron Rodgers wants to retire a Packer, even though he's wearing silver and black here. (US Presswire)|
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers might be willing to bury the hatchet with Brett Favre, but he has no plans to end his Packers career like Favre. During the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Saturday, Rodgers said that he'd like to end his career in Green Bay.
"I think the Packers would like me to be around for a few more years and I'd love to finish my career there," Rodgers told the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
Rodgers said that he could envision playing through at least the 2020 season, "I've had eight great years here, the last five as a starter," Rodgers said. "Hopefully I can give them another eight-plus years of playing at a high level."
If Rodgers is going to stay in Green Bay, he'll have to work out a contract extension with the Packers some time before his current deal expires in 2014. "We'll see what happens with that, I'm not stressing about it," Rodgers said of a potential extension.
Rodgers may not be stressing about it, but he did admit earlier this week that Joe Flacco's potential deal with Baltimore will play a part in his negotiations. "I think everyone is going to see what Joe ends up signing for," Rodgers said on his weekly radio show on WAUK-AM in Wisconsin.
Rodgers is slated to make $9.25 million in base salary in 2013 and $10.5 million in 2014 to cover the final two years of a six-year, $65 million contract he signed in October 2008.
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