Aaron Rodgers Not Expected To Attend Mandatory Minicamp, Still Wants Out Of Green Bay

Aaron Rodgers is not expected to be in attendance during the Green Bay Packers minicamp Tuesday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, making it the first mandatory offseason event that the disgruntled quarterback will skip out on.

The Green Bay Packers can fine Rodgers $93,085 if he does not show up for the entire three-day camp.

Schefter reported Monday that the Packers had discussed giving Rodgers an “excused absence”, which would then waive the fines. If they don’t, then Rodgers would be fined $15,515 for missing Tuesday, $31,030 for Wednesday and $46,540 for Thursday.

Rodgers already has missed enough of the offseason program to forfeit his $500,000 workout bonus.


This is the first time in Rodgers’ career that he will have skipped the team’s mandatory minicamp. In fact, until this year, he had been a regular participant in most — if not all — of the offseason program.

Rodgers was in Hawaii with his fiancée, actress Shailene Woodley, and other friends during the first week of OTA practices last month. LaFleur is expected to address reporters after practice Tuesday, which begins at 11 a.m. local time.