The Detroit Lions have signed quarterback Aaron Rodgers to a two-year deal worth $27 million, a source told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.
Rodgers was the only player on the 53-man roster to earn a Pro Bowl appearance this season.
Rodgers spent two seasons in Green Bay, but he didn’t play in the NFC Championship Game and finished the year with one touchdown pass and three interceptions.
Rodgers’ signing will add depth at the position for a Lions team that has struggled to find playmakers and depth at receiver.
Rodgers is coming off an impressive 2015 season, finishing second in the NFL with 2,872 yards passing, which tied for the NFL lead.