The Green Bay Packers will kick off their mandatory minicamp on Tuesday and it sure does seem like they will be without their best player, Aaron Rodgers, who most believe will not play for the Packers in 2021.
If Rodgers skips the mandatory minicamp, which most expect him to do, the Packers could fine him a whopping $93,085.
But according to Adam Schefter, the Packers have discussed issuing Rodgers an excused absence, which would also excuse any fines incurred from him missing camp.
What do you think the Packers should do?
With the Packers mandatory minicamp scheduled to start Tuesday, Aaron Rodgers would be eligible to be fined $93,085 for not attending, though Green Bay could issue him an excused absence, which also would excuse him from the fines. It is an option the team has discussed.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 7, 2021