Aaron Rodgers was nowhere to be found at the Packers’ mandatory minicamp last week, but he showed up Tuesday for a conversation with Tom Brady and pro golfers Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau, all of whom will compete in the latest edition of “The Match,” a celebrity series that returns with a July 6 event in Montana. Not only that, but both Rodgers and Brady appeared to poke fun at the Packers amid the former’s reportedly ongoing feud with Green Bay leadership.
Speaking with TNT’s Brian Anderson about the upcoming golf match, Rodgers first addressed questions about his headlining offseason by suggesting — at first sarcastically — that he’s enjoyed a controversy-free couple of months. (All of this while sporting a T-shirt reading, “I’m Offended,” days after Packers president Mark Murphy deemed Rodgers a “complicated fella.”)
“It’s been one of those quiet offseasons,” the star QB said. “You just kinda go through your process on your own, quietly.