Last week, news broke that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and actress Shailene Woodley called off their engagement after nearly a year together.
It was an amicable split; it wasn’t working out, a source said. the people. “They are completely different people with busy careers and there were obstacles they couldn’t overcome. They would stay friendly. There is no bad blood and no drama. It didn’t work out for them.”
Well, it came out on Monday that Rodgers confirms that he and Big Little Lies The actress has remained on relatively good terms, sharing a post dedicated to her and his fellow Packers on Instagram (despite being a Super Bowl favorite in the playoffs, led by Rodgers’ season MVP, the team was upset with the San Francisco 49ers on the divisional tour).
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“Here are some… #MondayNightGratitude of some incredibly special people in my life, with some photos from last year beautiful,” Rodgers captioned a series of photos on Instagram, including one of him snuggling with Woodley on the couch.
“Shailenewoodley, Thank you for letting me chase you after the first two months we met and finally letting me catch up with you and be a part of your life. Thank you for always supporting my back, the amazing kindness you’ve shown me and everyone you meet, and for showing me what unconditional love looks like to me, I love you and am so grateful to you” .
“For the guys I’ve shared a QB room with every day, Matt, Nathaniel, Luke, @jordan3love and @kurtbenkert, you’ve made every day so much fun and I’m so grateful for the daily laughter and stress relief you’ve brought me every week of the year. I love you guys.”
Rodgers, of course, caused an uproar earlier in the season when he revealed he had misled the public, press and league members about his vaccination status, and replied that he had been “vaccinated” against COVID-19 when asked about his vaccination status while under pressure when he was in fact not He is immune, and only received homeopathic treatment from his personal physician. The world found out about Rodgers’ case when he tested positive for COVID-19 and was put into a 10-day protocol for unvaccinated players.
The NFL eventually found Rodgers guilty of multiple violations of the league’s COVID-19 policy, including failure to reveal a mask during post-game pressure and attending team events without a mask. He was eventually fined $14,650 for his excesses while The Packers took $300,000, although in a controversial move, no games were suspended.
Then Rodgers doubled down on his stance: his anti-extremist stance, raucously against the “wake-up mob” and for some reason calling out Martin Luther King Jr. during a bizarre podcast appearance. Throughout, Woodley posted a number of messages on Instagram defending her then-fiancé while criticizing the media for their coverage of him, saying they needed to “calm it down” and “hold on to the straws to belittle Aaron”.
It is not known whether Rodgers’ anti-extremism stance – or the subsequent debate about it – contributed to their relationship’s demise.
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