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Packers' Love noncommittal on playing in 2024 with current deal

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Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love was noncommittal on playing the 2024 season without a new contract.

"We'll see," Love said Tuesday, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN. "I don't know yet."

Love apparently didn't indicate that he's worried about reaching an agreement. He also said his agents haven't told him to sit out camp if a new contract isn't signed by July, Demovsky adds.

The 25-year-old signed a one-year extension worth up to $22.5 million with $13.5 million guaranteed last offseason. The deal was a substitute for picking up his fifth-year option. Love is set to become an unrestricted free agent in 2025.

Green Bay general manager Brian Gutekunst said earlier in 2024 that the club would like to get a long-term deal done.

"I think that will be important for our football team to have some stability there," Gutekunst stated. "Jordan and his representation, they're really good people, so we will start working toward that sometime in the next couple months."

Love's $13.5 million guaranteed in 2024 would make him the league's 18th-highest-paid quarterback next season, according to Over The Cap. Jalen Hurts, Justin Herbert, and Joe Burrow, who were all selected in the same draft class as Love, all inked multi-year deals worth more than $50 million per year last offseason.

The Utah State product has attended Green Bay's offseason programs in 2024, including OTAs this week.

"I mean, that's just something that I've always done - trying to be here, get the reps in, get the work in with the guys, and just start building that chemistry and getting ready for the season," Love said.

Love had a breakout campaign last year, ranking fifth in EPA/play among signal-callers, according to Ben Baldwin's database. He led the Packers to the divisional round, totaling 4,159 passing yards with 31 touchdowns in 17 regular-season contests.

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