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Aaron Rodgers continues to train with a former Packers teammate ahead of the regular season.

GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN – DECEMBER 19: Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) drops back to pass in the second quarter against the Carolina Panthers at Lambeau Field on December 19, 2020 in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Look: LeBron James responds to new Cleveland Browns clothes with all the fire emojis by Patrick Schmidt Quarterback Aaron Rodgers was spotted working out with a Green Bay Packers teammate prior to training camp. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)
Training camp for the Green Bay Packers is set to begin on Wednesday, July 28.
Normally, it is a joyous event for Packers fans.
Yet, because of the uncertainty surrounding quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ situation with the team, it is now a stressful time for the fans.
We may have an update on Rodgers’ situation.
On Friday, the official Instagram account of Proactive Sports Performances tweeted a photo of Rodgers working out with longtime left tackle David Bakhtiari at their Westlake Village, Calif. facility.
Bakhtiari, interestingly, re-posted the image on his Instagram story.
It’s unknown when this photo was shot, but the fact that Bakhtiari posted it to his Instagram story implies he wasn’t simply reposting an old photo.
While Aaron Rodgers and Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari were observed working out together, it’s worth noting that both players are Proactive Sports Performance clients, according to their official website.
Kenny Clark, a defensive tackle for the Packers, was also seen working out at the facility.
Rodgers has been the story of the NFL offseason, with a report on the opening night of the NFL Draft claiming that he no longer wanted to play for the Packers.
Then, during an interview with ESPN anchor Kenny Mayne, Rodgers stated that his disagreement with the organization was due to the executive office’s “concept.” Rodgers’ most recent update came earlier this month at the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament, where he stated that he will “go back to working out, then figure things out in a couple of weeks.”
Things have only gotten worse this week, with Las Vegas sports bookies predicting that Rodgers will retire before the start of training camp.
It is entirely up to you to discern the significance of this image.
Keep an eye on your social media feeds this Wednesday when players report for training camp if you want a solid answer on whether Rodgers will play for the Packers in 2021 or retire.