Sources tell CBS Sports that Aaron Rodgers won't stage a holdout if he doesn't get a new contract this offseason.
Rodgers signed a six-year, $65 million contract in 2008 and his base salary in 2013 will be $9.25 million. Joe Flacco just got $120.6 million from the Ravens and will earn more an average of $20.1 million annually. Rodgers, arguably the best quarterback in the NFL, is clearly deserving of a new deal but he's not one to rock the boat. The Packers will find a way to get him compensated before his deal expires following the 2014 season.