Aaron Rodgers on returning to Packers: 'I don't know, we'll see'

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. (Jeffrey Phelps/AP)

The relationship between the Green Bay Packers and future Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers has been one of the most talked-about stories in the NFL off-season and Rodgers hasn't been shy about adding fuel to the rumours.

Rodgers did so again Tuesday during The Match, saying "I don't know, we'll see" when asked who would be the starting quarterback for the Packers this fall.

Reports of a rift between Rodgers and the Packers — reportedly sparked by a contract dispute — first surfaced during the NFL Draft, forcing general manager Brian Gutekunst to declare “We are not going to trade Aaron Rodgers” during his first-round press conference. Rodgers didn't make an appearance at the team's mandatory camp in June, which could cost him more than $90,000 in fines.

"Anything is on the table," Rodgers said in an interview with ESPN in May. "I think sometimes people forget what really makes an organization. The people, that's the most important thing... and sometimes that gets forgotten."

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