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Aaron Rodgers sidesteps questions of return to Packers: 'We'll see'

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Aaron Rodgers avoids concerns of go back to Packers: ‘We’ll see’

Aaron Rodgers done well on the fairway, teaming with Bryson DeChambeau in the 4th model of “The Match” to defeat Phil Mickelson and also Tom Brady.

However will the quarterback carry out at that degree on the football area this period for the Green Bay Packers? That much is still mainly unidentified, as Rodgers eluded concerns pertaining to his footballing future.

“I don’t know B.A., we’ll see,” Rodgers responded when TNT’s Brian Anderson asked if the Packers would certainly field a quarterback putting on No. 12 versus the Chicago Bears. “We’ll see, won’t we?”

Anderson adhered to up by asking Rodgers if he’d be back playing by Sept. 12, which is Environment-friendly Bay’s very first video game of the period.

“What’s that one?” Rodgers asked.

When Anderson made clear that day was the Packers’ period opener versus the New Orleans Saints, Rodgers changed to his initial solution, claiming: “I don’t know B.A., we’ll see.”

Rodgers and also the Packers have actually gone to a standoff all offseason, with the three-time MVP not reporting for compulsory minicamp. The break initially got to the general public on the very first day of the NFL draft, and also while information pertaining to the precise root cause of the schism in between quarterback and also franchise business isn’t clear, Rodgers stated in Might his annoyance doesn’t focus on the Packers picking quarterback Jordan Love in the preliminary of the 2020 draft.

“It’s just kind of about a philosophy and maybe forgetting that it is about the people that make the thing go,” Rodgers said Might 24 on ESPN’s “SportsCenter.” “It’s about personality, it’s about society, it’s about doing points the proper way.

“A lot of this was put in motion last year and the wrench was kind of thrown into it when I won MVP and played the way I played last year. So this is just kind of, I think, a spill-out of all that. But look, man, it is about the people and that’s the most important thing.”

On Monday, at an interview in advance of “The Match,” Rodgers said he’s invested the offseason working “on my mental health.”

Educating camp opens up in 3 weeks, and also the Packers’ very first preseason video game adheres to Aug. 14. As Rodgers stated, “we’ll see” if the quarterback goes to either of those, or if he’s back whatsoever come the period opener on Sept. 12.

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