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Surely, there are thoughts you’re dying to get off your chest. Have a take? A burning question? We’re overdue for a subscriber-only mailbag at Go Long.
Perhaps you’ve got a question concerning the Green Bay Packers’ decision to bid Aaron Rodgers farewell. Intrigued by the Buffalo Bills’ Super Bowl window? Agree or disagree that the key is Brandon Beane and Sean McDermott looking in the mirror? Lamar Jackson’s future remains unknown. Joe Schoen is making moves. The NFL Draft is only one month away.
Everything is on the table. As always, we’ll take questions from our paid subscribers at email@example.com. Similar to the last few times we’ve done this, I’ll take at least a week to make calls around the league to get your questions fully answered.
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Great stuff, everyone. We got a ton of email submissions, too. I'll be getting to the mailbag answers this week -- thank you!!
The League is concerned that the impasse between the Jets and the Packers is bad for the league and Roger Godell wants you to decide fair compensation for Aaron. Your decision is final. What do you think is a fair deal for both sides?