Maybe audible called when you call it quits?
Aaron Rodgers seems to be hinting that he and Shailene Woodley are still together despite several insiders saying they broke up and the “forked out” star was seen without her engagement ring less than a week ago.
When your home life is stable and you have a great partner to live with, it makes working life a bonus,” the NFL MVP, 38, said on “The Pat McAfee Show” Tuesday. Because you can’t look at work as a haven.”
Rodgers said he told Woodley, 30, “I’ve been with you for two years, and I won two MVPs — and that’s no coincidence either.”
He said other important athletes are often seen as “potential distractions,” but he credits the “Big Little Lies” star for much of his NFL success in recent years.
“I know, for me, it’s been great the last two seasons to have this stability on our home ground,” added the Green Bay Packers quarterback.
“When things are good in your personal life and relationships, friendships, and loved ones, it just allows you to relax and be more grateful, I think, for the little things in life,” Rodgers repeated to McAfee.
When asked if Woodley has “changed” him and his “look” since he started dating, the footballer replied, “Oh yeah, without a doubt.”
“I learned a lot from her,” he said. “She is just a wonderful woman – talented, smart and kind. I said it last night, she taught me what unconditional love looks like.”
Rodgers was referring to an Instagram post he shared on Monday, in which he spoke of gratitude, thanking Woodley for “always supporting my back,” and also shared a photo of the couple embracing.
The quarterback also said on McAfee that having a partner like an actress “The Fault In Our Stars” makes life “more fun, flirty and exciting.”
“When you meet your character, only life changes, and it can’t change for the existence of these special people we meet,” he continued, singing to her. “Friendships can do that. Relationships can do that. And you are never the same because you know you can’t be.”
However, in the interview, Rodgers may also have given some insight into what may have caused the split rumors.
An insider, who claimed to know about the breakup, told People magazine, “They’re completely different people with busy careers, and there were hurdles they couldn’t overcome.”
Rodgers previously admitted he did not have a COVID-19 vaccine, and sources said the couple “do not talk about their policies” and decided to “agree to disagree on things and not discuss them.”
Rodgers told McAfee he had “a lot of remorse” about the situation and how it affected Woodley and his other loved ones.
He said, “I’m so sorry for these people – Shay, my loved ones, my clients…I didn’t realize what kind of splinter they would get.”
Rodgers continued, “I never meant to get you in the middle of it, but you got into it by proxy because of your relationship with me, and I love you guys. I appreciate the support.”
The couple began dating in 2020, and in February 2021, while accepting the MVP award during the NFL Honors, Rodgers casually thanked his “fiancée” — without naming her.
A source then confirmed to People shortly after that the couple are, in fact, engaged.
Woodley’s representative did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment on Rodgers’ recent interview.