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Cade Cunningham’s Move On Jalen Green Is Going Viral

Detroit Pistons Cade Cunningham and Houston Rockets Jalen Green in NBA Summer League.

Detroit Pistons Cade Cunningham and Houston Rockets Jalen Green in NBA Summer League.

Tuesday night saw the most anticipated matchup of this year’s NBA Summer League so far. The Detroit Pistons faced off against the Houston Rockets — but more importantly, No. 1 overall pick Cade Cunningham faced off against No. 2 overall pick Jalen Green.

The two rising NBA stars made this matchup all the more interesting by guarding each other on most possessions throughout the game.

And with a spectacular play in the first half, No. 1 got the best of No. 2 yet again.

Hitting Green with a mean behind-the-back move, Cunningham shed his lottery pick counterpart and drained the deep ball.

This rivalry between Cunningham and Green dates all the way back to their high school AAU days and extended throughout their pre-draft careers. Back in May, Green perpetuated that rivalry with an indirect tweet

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Winners, losers of Aaron Rodgers’ return to the Green Bay Packers

After months of rampant speculation, linguistic parsing and high-stakes drama with the potential to significantly alter the 2021 NFL season and beyond, Aaron Rodgers is right back where he’s been for the past 16 summers – in Green Bay Packers training camp.

Given what the three-time MVP means to the organization – and Pack brass had made it publicly clear Rodgers wasn’t going anywhere – this always easily seemed like the most likely outcome. Yet the club’s “complicated fella” also rattled his bosses’ cages – along with an entire fan base – while expressing his desire for some environmental alterations.

While careful to say “I’m not a victim here” Wednesday, Rodgers indicated that his situation, financial and otherwise, has not changed significantly. This is to be his second season playing under a four-year, $134 million extension which has no guarantees in 2022 or ’23. He wants to be used as

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Aaron Rodgers Back at Green Bay Packers Training Camp amid Contract Disagreement

Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers

Grant Halverson/Getty Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers is back for another round of training camp with the Green Bay Packers, indicating he may stay with his longtime team after all.

After reports of the reigning NFL MVP wanting to leave Wisconsin, Rodgers, 37, was spotted walking into training camp on Tuesday, with the team tweeting out his arrival.

One day earlier, ESPN’s Adam Schefter had reported that Rodgers appeared to be making headway in contract negotiations with the Packers, where he’s played for his entire 16-year professional career. The agreement would include canceling the final year of his contract, making it more likely that the upcoming 2021 season will be his last in Green Bay.

Rodgers was selected by the Packers as the 24th overall pick in the 2005 draft, and has three years remaining on his contract after signing a four-year, $134 million extension in August 2018.

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Aaron Rodgers closing in on reworked contract with Green Bay Packers as part of 2021 return

One of the biggest mysteries of the NFL offseason just gained a little bit of clarity.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is close to an agreement with the Green Bay Packers on a reworked contract, a person with knowledge of the deal told USA TODAY Sports’ Mike Jones, seemingly bringing at least a temporary end to the months-long stalemate between the reigning NFL MVP and the franchise he has been with for 16 seasons. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the agreement had not been finalized.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter was first to report the development.

Under terms of the agreement, according to ESPN, the final year of Rodgers’ existing contract would be voided, leaving only two remaining. Green Bay would not be allowed to place the franchise or transition tag on Rodgers, and the team would agree to review the contract at the end of the season, per ESPN.

Neither

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