Aaron Rodgers avoided questions about the future of the Packers in Game 4: “We will wait and see.”

Aaron Rogers is a master of avoiding sacks and problems.

The Packers quarterback teamed up with Bryson DeChambeau to face the combination of Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson in the “fourth game” on Tuesday afternoon. Although the fairway is different from the grill, Rogers showed a natural ability to get out of trouble.

When asked who will be the center in this year’s Packers vs. Bears game, Rogers provided a complete and completely unanswered answer, which is for those of us who are begging for any updates on his situation with the Packers. Of people are completely dissatisfied.

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“Yes, I don’t know, BA (Brian Anderson), we will wait and see,” Rogers said.

When irritated again, this time more specifically with Anderson’s opening date for the Packers vs. Saints, Rogers was very shy.

“So, how about September 12th. Will you go to that?”

“What’s that?” Rogers said.

“This will be the opener for the Saints,” Anderson said.

Oh oh oh. Yes, I don’t know, BA, we will wait and see,” Rogers repeated.

Really, Rogers’ answer is… Course standards.

Earlier this week, Rogers says he has been focusing on his mental health during the offseason, Especially that his goal is to do things that make his body and mind happy. The defending MVP seems to be getting his PhD in a school where less is more because he avoided the team this offseason.

Rogers and DeChambeau won the victory over Brady and Mickelson, but this is more and more like the only victory that the Packers QB may win as a member of the Green Bay this year.

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