The Packers' $16 million star is expected to receive a large payday, with one major caveat.

The Green Bay Packers have a difficult decision on one of their greatest players, but a deal should be reached if he can show good health in the coming months.

Rashan Gary is one of the unpleasant test cases that show why stars refuse multiyear contracts and despise the franchise tag, 

as virtually nothing in the NFL is entirely guaranteed, including lucrative contracts even after they are signed. According to ESPN's Rob Demovsky on Thursday,

June 15, Gary is still in line for a huge extension from the Packers, but only if he can show he has recovered from a terrible mid-season knee injury against the Detroit Lions in 2022.

Gary was about to make a fortune before tearing the ACL in his right knee on November 9 in Detroit. This is currently on hold until the Packers are confident Gary

can return as the man who led the Packers in sacks, quarterback hits, and pressures through the first nine games of last season.

The Packers wouldn't mind lowering his $10.892 million cap figure based on his fifth-year option, which could be accomplished with a contract extension.

 Expect that to happen as soon as the Packers know he's recovered from his knee injury, which might be before the start of the regular season.


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