Davante Adams states he won’t take discount to stay with Green Bay Packers

Justin Benjamin
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The Green Bay Packers are feeling some pushback from their players.

On Wednesday, Packers wide receiver Davante Adams made it clear he won’t take a discount to stay in Green Bay.

Adams, 28, led the NFL last season in receiving touchdowns with 18.

The veteran is entering the final year of his contract. It had been reported recently that Adams and the Packers were in a “bad place” after extension talks between the two broke down, but he is now open to an extension with the team after quarterback Aaron Rodgers decided to come back.

The Packers will have to pay him top dollar as he believes he’s one of the best wide receivers in the league.

Meanwhile, the Packers are feeling the public pressure of being in bad standing with Rodgers. The 37-year-old quarterback detailed his issues with the Packers on Wednesday as well.

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