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By: Jon Meerdink

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A couple of high-profile Packers are ready for contract extensions.

The NFL offseason moves in phases. First we had free agency, where the Packers made a couple of unexpected splashes. Then we went through everything involved in the NFL Draft, which is never boring. And now we arrive in, essentially, the “money” phase of the Packers offseason.

It’s extension time, and plenty of Packers could be seeing dollar signs in the near future. Jordan Love, in particular, should be hearing a dump truck filled with cash backing up outside his house at some point in the next couple of months, and he has to be licking his chops after seeing Jared Goff cash in. But he’s not alone: Kenny Clark may also have new money on the way, and given the state of the rest of the Packers defensive line, he might be able to command quite a price.

But whenever these deals happen and however much they cost, it’s better than the alternative of having nobody to pay. Remember that when you see teams with incredible amounts of cap space. There’s probably a good reason they’ve got plenty of money to throw around.

Packers CB Jaire Alexander no longer holds title as NFL’s highest-paid DB | Packers Wire

Antoine Winfield has surpassed Alexander, but the Packers’ corner is still doing pretty well for himself.

Can Jordan Love, Dak Prescott earn $60M a year? Next wave of QB deals set to push market limits | The Athletic ($) ($)

The question is no longer whether or not the Packers will extend Love, it’s how much he’s going to make.

Packers draft pick Jordan Morgan was so ‘freakishly explosive’ in high school, his coach had him return kickoffs | Packers News

Jordan Morgan is quite an athlete!

College Coach on Packers S Evan Williams: ‘Favorite Player I’ve Ever Coached’ | Packer Central

Not that you’d expect his former coach to say anything different, but nobody seems to have anything bad to say about Williams.

NFL Draft Handoff from Michigan to Wisconsin set for May 14 |

The Packers are officially on the clock for 2025 as of today.

Snake on a train causes delays for 2,700 passengers | UPI

No word if Samuel L. Jackson was on the train or if he became tired of the…well, you get it.

Originally posted on ACME Packing Company