Aaron Rodgers Is Officially A Packers Holdout!
Written by IMN on 9 Jun 2021
Aaron Rodgers isn’t blinking. On Tuesday at 8:30 a.m., Packers players were scheduled to attend the team’s first day of mandatory minicamp, but Green Bay’s disgruntled star quarterback was a no-show, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.
Rodgers’ expected absence comes after the reigning MVP opted out of voluntary OTAs with the Packers in May. The newly engaged QB’s continued boycott could end up costing him a pretty penny.
This depending on how the Packers want to handle the divorce. Rodgers could be fined $93,085 for missing minicamp, or Green Bay can choose to waive the fine and make it an excused absence, according to ESPN.