Aaron Rodgers a no-show at Packers training camp. What happens now?
June 9, 2021
Aaron Rodgers has been the starting quarterback and the primary face of the Green Bay Packers for 13 years. But over the past year or so, his cozy link to the team and its city has looked threatened.
On Tuesday, Rodgers, 37, failed to appear for a mandatory minicamp, upping the ante on his dispute with the team about his future in Green Bay. He faces a fine in the $100,000 range for his decision.
It's the latest in the ongoing fracas between Rodgers, the NFL's reigning most valuable player, and the Packers, one of the league's most storied franchises and his NFL home since the team drafted him in 2005.