It looks like things are all good between Aaron Rodgers, 38, and Shailene Woodley, 30, and they’re enjoying quite a bit of time together again. The quarterback and actress, who reportedly split in Feb. after getting engaged, were seen showing off PDA at the Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez on Friday and then a wine tasting at Demetria Winery in Los Olivos on Saturday, according to TMZ. In a photo reportedly taken during the outing, Aaron can be seen relaxing at a table with people while wearing sunglasses as Shailene sits beside him.
Aaron Rodgers is undecided on his plan for the 2022 season and the Green Bay Packers quarterback has reportedly received a lucrative offer to secure his long-term future with the NFC North franchise. However, there is another team interested in his services despite the Packers' lack of interest in trade talks.
Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers have reportedly ended their engagement, and social media had a lot to say about the celebrity split. According to In Touch Weekly, the Green Bay Packers quarterback and Big Little Lies actress just couldn't make things work long-term. "While Shailene is supportive of Aaron's career, he put football first and they were barely spending any time together," an insider told In Touch. "She felt he neglected their relationship. Neither of them was happy."
Washington Commanders coach Ron Rivera has made clear his intentions at quarterback: There is urgency to make a major move, and to make it now. "Is there a sense of urgency?" Rivera said. "I think there always is, just because that's the most important position on your team. ... It is something we want to get right."
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The New York Giants underwent a big house cleaning this offseason. David Gettleman and Joe Judge are out as general manager and head coach, replaced by the Buffalo Bills duo of Joe Schoen and Brian Daboll. Schoen and Daboll are coming into a bit of a messy situation. Gettleman is...
Fresh off his fourth MVP award win, Aaron Rodgers could be on the move this offseason after another unceremonious exit from the playoffs. After failing to reach the Super Bowl despite his team having the NFL's best record for the second consecutive season, Rodgers isn't the only All-Pro member of the Green Bay Packers who could be on the move this offseason.
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