Is Aaron Rodgers’ Cryptic Post A Goodbye To Green Bay Packers?

SEATTLE - AUGUST 21: Superbowl Champion Green Bay Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers walks on Qwest Field after winning a football game August 21, 2010 in Seattle, Washington.

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Let the Aaron Rodgers offseason drama begin.

After last year’s constant conversation surrounding will he or won’t he return to the Green Bay Packers, it’s time to fire the discussion up again after a cryptic tweet on Instagram.

Rodgers shared a post tagged #MondayNightGratitude where he thanked a number of his teammates for his time in Green Bay.

“To the men I got to share the QB room with everyday, Matt, Nathaniel, Luke, @jordan3love and @kurtbenkert , you guys made every day so much fun and I’m so thankful for the daily laughs and stress relief you brought me every week of the year. I love you guys,” Rodgers wrote.

“To the Friday Crew, @aiydacobb , @rcobb18 , @frankieshebby , and @davidbakhtiari , I loved every moment we got to spend together this year. Your love and support was overwhelming, and I cherish the friendships I have with each of you.”

The most interesting note is the final slide of Rodgers’ post.

The final photo was a picture of wide receivers Davante Adams and Randall Cobb with an empty space between them.

Usually, that empty space is occupied by Rodgers.

Does this mean Rodgers is gone? Only time will tell.

If it is a farewell to Green Bay, Rodgers would have to decide whether he plans to retire or demand a trade if he wants to continue playing. The Denver Broncos are widely considered to be the favorite to land Rodgers if he is traded.

Do you think Rodgers was saying goodbye to Green Bay with his message? Sound off in the comments section with your thoughts and predictions.

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