Packers: Aaron Rodgers had Alarmingly Vague Response About Future

After the  Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Green Bay Packers, 31-26, on Sunday in the NFC Championship what’s next for Aaron Rodgers?
Well, Rodgers cast some doubt on his future with the organization during a postgame press conference with an awkward silence before answering the question about his future.
“A lot of guys futures, they’re uncertain, myself included.”
Packers coach Matt LaFleur, however, spoke strongly about Rodgers’ returning for next season. “I sure as hell hope so,” LaFleur said. “I mean, the guy’s the MVP of this league. He’s the heart and soul of our football team. So, hell yeah, he better be back here. He’s our leader, and you know, just so appreciative of him buying into what we’re trying to get done around here and leading that group. His voice carries a lot of weight in that locker room and just, you know, I feel for him. Him being in this situation and for us not to get it done, man, it hurts.”
So, what is Rodgers talking about? It’s probably nothing. But with Rodgers carrying the highest profile in the NFL for a quarterback not named Brady or Mahomes, the Packers quarterback situation will be worth monitoring. The 37-year-old quarterback made no mention of retirement.