Aaron Rodgers deal boosts Green Bay Packers’ Super Bowl 57 odds

Lance Pugmire
USA TODAY Sports+

Aaron Rodgers’ decision to remain in Green Bay lifted the Packers' odds to win Super Bowl 57.

Tipico Sportsbook moved the Packers' odds of winning the championship from 13/1 to 10/1. 

"It's no secret the reigning MVP makes your team better," Tipico spokesman Sunny Gupta said. "With the way (backup) Jordan Love struggled last year in the starting role, the Packers looked to lock up Rodgers by whatever number necessary."

Tipico has Green Bay tied with the defending Super Bowl-champion Los Angeles Rams as NFC favorites, but still behind the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills, who are tied at 7/1.

The Packers earned the NFC’s lone bye last season with the best conference record.

Rodgers, 38, and Packers' executives are reportedly working on a four-year, $200-million extension that keeps the defending MVP at Lambeau Field — perhaps until his retirement. But nothing is signed according to Rodgers' Twitter account

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