Packers QB Aaron Rodgers reportedly makes decision on mandatory minicamp

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One of the most engaging off-season stories in the National Football League is the status of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Growing animosity between the former NFL MVP and the Packers came to a head on the night of the 2021 Draft, when a bombshell report dropped that Rodgers wanted out of Green Bay. Since then, the Packers have signed former Jaguars and Rams quarterback Blake Bortles, as well as former Falcons backup Kurt Benkert.

Meanwhile, Rodgers has not appeared the voluntary Offseason Training Activities. And now, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, he won’t be attending the team’s mandatory minicamp either, which could result in him being fined nearly $100K. However, the team could excuse Rodgers’ absence and waive the fine.

This is just the latest chapter in the ongoing saga that is the rift between Rodgers and the Packers.

3 thoughts on “Packers QB Aaron Rodgers reportedly makes decision on mandatory minicamp”

  1. Yeah, a guy with all the credibility of Adam Schefter making this statement means it must be true.

  2. Ummm. Gee I wish I could report on this by saying “Maybe” or “might” or ” might not”. I read this article and it basically told me NOTHING. QB12 is our quarterback until he is not. Cannot read into it.

  3. He ain’t going back no matter what they say. No one sees it he obviously doesn’t care are want to play football anymore with them or even at all.

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