It has been clear for months that Aaron Rogers wants to leave the Packers. Now his golf membership could indicate he will stay at Green Bay in 2021.
Ga binoan State, Wisconsin, Rogers has renewed its membership at the Green Bay Country Club until 2021.
While that doesn’t make any sense – the quarterback has spent a lot of time off-season trolling and the membership fee is very small for him – the move could mean he will stay in Green Bay more than golf.
Since the news spread on the eve of the call that he wanted to go out, Rogers took every opportunity to reduce the rumors. In an interview with SportsCenter, the 37-year-old admitted that he was disappointed with the Packers’ “culture.”
Although Green Bay general manager Brian Gutekunst said he would not sell the 37-year-old, Rogers said he was still very open to teams coming out with other offers.
He did not attend the OTA or the mandatory minicamp, and instead Traveled to Hawaii With Shilin Woodley and actor Miles Teller. He also spent his season with “Danger!” He held the program. Tom will play in a golf match against Brady in Match: Champions for Charity.
There’s still no official confirmation of where the three-time MVP will play next season – even if he wants to. But for Packers fans who are hungry for the good news this season, this is probably the closest thing.