The Facts: According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Packers are signing Adams to a multi-year contract extension, per sources.
Diehards Line: According to NFL Networks' Ian Rapoport, it's a four-year extension worth $58 million. Adams gets $18 million to sign and $32 million over the first two years. The next issue for the Packers will be how they handle Jordy Nelson's future with the team. The veteran turns 33 in the spring and is due to count more than $12 million against the Green Bay Packers’ salary cap in 2018. Throw in the fact that Randall Cobb is also under contract for a big figure ($12.75 million in 2018), and the team will need to figure out how that all plays out.