Aaron Rodgers shares cryptic message that shows love for Shailene Woodley, reflects on his time with Packers

With Aaron Rodgers’ future still up in the air, the Packers quarterback may have raised more questions about his plans for next season in a social media post he shared on Monday night.

In a lengthy Instagram post, Rodgers decided to show gratitude to the many people in his life, including Shailene Woodley and his fellow Packers. It’s only the third time Rodgers has shared anything on Instagram in the past five weeks and he’s had a lot to say.

The letter had a rather vague nature in that it didn’t answer any of the questions you hoped it would. However, the timing of the message should definitely be noted. In a Jan. 26 interview with Pat McAfee, Rodgers said he will try to make a decision about his future by the time the franchise window opens and that window will open on Tuesday.

“I think that will be enough time to make a decision by then,” Rodgers said in late January. “I don’t want to put myself on a specific date, but I do want to be sensitive to Davante [Adams] And many other men who have decisions to make about their future. “

Rodgers’ Instagram post on Monday began with a message to Woodley.

Shailene Woodley, Thank you for letting me chase after you the first two months after we met, and for finally letting me catch up with you and be a part of your life. Thank you for always supporting me, for the wonderful kindness you’ve shown me everyone you meet, and for showing what love looks like Unconditionally me, I love you and am grateful to you.”

Over the past few weeks, there have been multiple reports that Woodley and Rodgers have decided to call off their engagement, but the Packers quarterback hasn’t offered a hint either way about the pair’s current status. If anything, his letter sounds like something you would write to show your appreciation for someone you are still with or would still like to be with.

In the next part of his message, Rodgers shared some memories of the coaches and teammates who have been in the Packers’ QB room with him over the past few years.

“For guys, I got to share a QB room with Matt every day [LaFleur]Nathaniel [Hackett]look [Getsy], Jordan Love, Kurt Pinkert You have made every day so enjoyable and I am so grateful for the daily laughter and stress relief you bring to me every week of the year. “I love you guys,” Rodgers wrote.

The only notable aspect of that message is that Rodgers used the past tense with “got,” but that may not be too important because Jetsie and Hackett have both left Green Bay for new jobs over the past few weeks. Hackett was named head coach for the Broncos while Jitsi jumped ship to Chicago where he would be the Bears attack coordinator.

After directing a shout-out to the men in his QB room, Rodgers also showed some love to the people he hangs out with regularly, most notably Randall Cope, David Bakhtiari and significant others.

“To the Friday crew, Aida Cobb, Randall Cope, Frankie Shebe, and David Bakhtiari, I’ve loved every moment we’ve spent together this year. Your love and support have been overwhelming, and I cherish the friendships I have with each of you,” Rodgers wrote.

The Packers quarterback then closed in by showing some love to all his teammates past and present.

“To my teammates, past and present, you are the icing on the beautiful cake that we call our job; football. The friendships we have will transcend our collective time in this game and I am so grateful for the role each of you have played in making my life so much better. I love you guys, I cherish the memories we made.”

The fact that Rodgers is reflected here should be at least worrisome if you’re the pack. This could mean that he is considering retirement or that he is ready to move on from the team. Of course, it might not mean anything at all and he just wanted to use Instagram to show some gratitude to the people he loves.

Rodgers had a chance to clear things up during his appearance on Tuesday on “The Pat McAfee Show,” but he didn’t provide any new information. “There will be no news today, and there will be no decision about my future,” Rodgers told McAfee.

This basically means that we will all have to keep playing the waiting game.

One reason no one is sure what Rodgers will do is to include things in his Instagram post that could be considered evidence (or nothing at all). For example, out of all the photos he shared on Instagram, there was only one that didn’t include him and it was a prominent one.

While we didn’t find out on Tuesday what Rodgers’ plans for 2022 are, don’t be surprised if we find out in the near future.

You can see Rodgers’ full Instagram post below.