Aaron Rodgers says he doesn’t want ‘a farewell tour’ during what might be last season with the Green Bay Packers

Aaron Rodgers will get ready for the Green Bay Packers this coming season, which might be the most astonishing result of this offseason saga. After months where maybe he made light of his keep going for the association, the NFL’s reigning MVP had the option to meet up with the Packers to resolve a street for him to play for Green Bay in 2021. While that might have gotten Rodgers for the prompt, anything beyond this year remains – as he once portrayed – a “beautiful mystery.”

The rebuilt contract that was settled upon to retouch the fence with Rodgers permits him the chance to leave the association following this year. Given that the club has Jordan Love standing ready behind Rodgers, this has every one of the makings of a “last dance” for the star quarterback in Green Bay. In spite of that, Rodgers made it clear on Wednesday that he doesn’t want his expected flight to spill into a season-long sendoff.

“I don’t want a farewell tour,” said Rodgers, via ESPN. “I don’t know what’s going to happen after the season, but I’m going to enjoy it with the right perspective, for sure, and not look at it as I’m getting through this. I’m going to enjoy the hell out of all of it.”

Truly, Rodgers’ attitude heading into the 2021 season may not be really not quite the same as how he was thinking in 2020. In the aftermath of the Packers drafting Love in the first round, Rodgers conceded that he felt at times that last year would be his final season with Green Bay, regardless on the off chance that he proceeded to win league MVP or not.

“The reason I approached it like that is I just knew when the pick was made that the clock had started, for sure,” Rodgers said. “And I thought unless there was something in the season that really made me feel like I’m going to be here past 2021 that maybe this would be my last year. I didn’t want to be going into a year with some sort of … as a lame duck, like I said. I didn’t think that was fair to what I accomplished and what I mean to this team, and nothing really changed in that regard. I went into the offseason, that [it] could have been it.

“I’m glad that I enjoyed every moment, I’m glad that I led exactly the way I wanted to lead and looked for those conversations with certain guys that needed a pick-me-up at different times. I took the headphones off and enjoyed the surroundings and the road trips and the time with the guys. Yeah, it’s a good template, for sure.”

The Packers are indeed situated to be a significant player in 2021. At Caesars Sportsbook, Green Bay is tied for the fourth-best odds to win Super Bowl LVI. In case they can at last break through the ceiling to falling in the NFC Championship for as long as two years and win a second title under Rodgers, that would be an incredible method to end this amazing time if this really proves to be the stopping point.


Aaron Rodgers evidently will not be the next Jeopardy! host

Packers fans have a lot to stress over with regards to the eventual fate of quarterback Aaron Rodgers. It seems as though they currently have something less to stress over.

Through Cynthia Littleton of, Jeopardy! leader maker Mike Richards is in “cutting edge dealings” to turn into the following perpetual host of the show.

It’s not done at this point, and like some other arrangement of this nature it will not be done until it’s finished.

A Sony Pictures representative disclosed to Littleton that conversations are continuous with a few likely possibility to supplant Alex Trebek, who passed on last year at 80 years old, in the wake of hosting the show for a very long time.

Rodgers visitor hosted the show for about fourteen days in April, and he has made no confidential of his advantage in turning into the perpetual host.

Following quite a while of theory about his football future, Rodgers displayed for instructional course. He’s holding nothing back for 2021; from that point onward, who can say for sure?


Shailene Woodley clarifies what excited her and Aaron Rodgers to report their engagement

Back in February, Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers astounded fans when they declared that they were engaged.

The high-profile wedding-to-be was uncovered during Rodgers’ NFL MVP acceptance speech. After tales had started circling that he was dating Woodley, the Green Bay Packers quarterback referred to their engagement by saying, “2020 was definitely a crazy year, filled with lots of change, growth, some amazing memorable moments…I got engaged and I played some of the best football of my career.” Along with the casual declaration, the news was subsequently affirmed by Woodley during an interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Presently, in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Woodley uncovered why the couple decided to share the news around then. “When we announced that we were engaged, we wanted to do that only because we didn’t want someone else to do it before we did,” the 29-year-old actress said. “And we didn’t do it for months and months after we had become engaged, but the reaction to it was really a lot, and so we were like, ‘Let’s just politely decline [to talk about the relationship] for a little while and live in our little bubble.'”

While examining the mysterious engagement, Woodley further clarified that she has frequently avoided the spotlight, and quite a bit of her mid twenties were spent saying “no” to different acting opportunities. “The perspectives that I’ve been given now as an adult have all come through my desire as a young person to not spend all of my time in L.A. trying to pursue a career or to be something that I wasn’t,” she said.


Green Bay Packers’ best five receivers join Aaron Rodgers in skipping the beginning of OTAs

Aaron Rodgers was not expected to appear for the beginning of voluntary coordinated team activities. Instead, the Green Bay Packers quarterback and his life partner, actress Shailene Woodley, have seemed, by all accounts, to be having incredible time traveling in Hawaii dependent via social media posts.

Yet, the Packers likewise were without their best five receivers at Tuesday’s session.

Davante Adams, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Allen Lazard, Devin Funchess and Equanimeous St. Brown left backup quarterback Jordan Love to work with a makeshift receiving corps, Matt Schneidman of reports.

So did they remain away in fortitude with Rodgers?

Packers coach Matt LaFleur said he spoke with the five wideouts, and the idea of an organized exertion to skirt the practice sessions won’t ever come up.

“I think, as a coach, you always want as many guys that choose to show up here,” LaFleur said, via Schneidman. “I think there’s a lot of team chemistry, which is so important in winning and losing in this league and just learning how to play together, learning how to practice together, setting the standards for this football team. So certainly, yeah, you’d love to have everybody here.”

Cornerback Jaire Alexander, left tackle David Bakhtiari, who is rehabbing a torn ACL, cornerback Ka’dar Hollman and cornerback Stanford Samuels likewise didn’t go to Tuesday’s work, as per Schneidman. Tight end Josiah Deguara, cornerback Kevin King and quarterback Blake Bortles were available yet were either restricted or not partaking.


Aaron Rodgers: Third MVP award would mean a much

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is one of only nine players to have ever won NFL Most Valuable Player honors twice.

Winning a third MVP and joining a significantly more exclusive club is as yet a goal for the 37-year old Rodgers as he is one of the top picks to win the honor heading into the last three weeks of the season.

“There’s not many guys who have won three, so that would definitely mean a lot,” Rodgers said Wednesday, via Zach Kruse of

Truth be told, there’s just been five players to have won the MVP award three times. Tom Brady, Brett Favre, Johnny Unitas and Jim Brown have each won the award precisely three times while Peyton Manning brought home five MVPs during his 18-year NFL career. Joe Montana, Steve Young and Kurt Wagner are the other two-time winners alongside Rodgers.

The 2020 MVP award appears prone to one or the flip side up as Rodgers’ third or the second time Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has brought home the honor. With the three games left, the two quarterbacks are the top picks to win the award at season’s end.

Rodgers is having one of the best seasons of his career. He leads the league in passing touchdowns with 39 and could break his single-season record of 45 before the year’s over. He’s accomplished that while throwing only four interferences and racking up 3,685 yards through 13 games. He likewise leads the league is passer rating at 119.7.

Mahomes is having a fabulous year also. He leads the league in passing yards with 4,208 and has thrown 33 touchdowns with only five interceptions, three of which came a weekend ago against Miami.

Rodgers subscribes to the textual meaning of the award. It should go to the player that is the most important to his team in a given season. Rodgers said he is happy to be back in the discussion after a nearly down last two seasons statistically. Yet, he feels his spot in the running this year reflects the manner in which he’s played and lifted the Packers to the highest point of the NFC race.

“I think it should live up to what it stands for as an acronym,” Rodgers said. “It’s that person who is most valuable to their team. I feel like that’s why I should be in the competition most years, and this year especially.”