AJ Dillon officially signs rookie contract with Packers

Tanya Simon
July 4, 2020

Love and the Packers agreed to a four-year, $12.38 million deal, according to the NFL Network.

AJ Dillon officially signed his rookie deal with the Green Bay Packers, which means the future is now.

Regardless, the Packers still opted to take Dillon in an effort to shore up a surplus o talent in the backfield.

The team said the decision was made because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

He was the fourth quarterback taken in the initially spherical of the draft and most likely the most significant shock of the first spherical because Eco-friendly Bay could however squeeze a handful of far more yrs out of Aaron Rodgers.

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Love is considered the eventual heir apparent to the 36-year-old Rodgers.

Dillon rushed for 4,382 yards and 38 touchdowns in his three-year college career, including 1,685 yards and 14 scores last season.

At this time, housing arrangements haven't been finalized, and are now being processed.

The Green Bay Packers' top draft pick in 2020 is now under contract after they announced the signing of first-round pick Jordan Love, a quarterback from Utah State.

Instead, the Packers will hold all of its training camp operations inside Lambeau Field, including meals at St. Norbert normally provides to players in camp.

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