Adams deal is four years for just under $4 million with just under $1.8 million guaranteed and a signing bonus of just over $1.18 million.
Rodgers deal is four years for just over $2.7 million with just over $506,000 guaranteed in his signing bonus.
One of the receivers in the 2014 NFL Draft to keep tabs on is
We'd take Adams with a late pick in seasonal drafts on the chance he gets some good playing time right away. We'd also take him with a pick just after the halfway point in dynasty/keeper league drafts and would classify him as a good second-round pick in rookie-only drafts.
With the 53rd pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the
Adams caught 233 passes for over 3,000 yards over the last two seasons, including leading the country with 131 receptions in 2013. By comparison to other receivers in this draft Adams is not a burner, but he's a hard worker on the field and a very good route-runner. He also has a strong build at 6-foot-1 and 212 pounds.
The Packers have a long history of developing receivers and Adams is one who should take everything he knows about playing in the spread offense and apply it to the Packers' aggressive West Coast scheme in due time.
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