Aaron Rodgers Says He's Spent Offseason Working on 'Positivity' amid Trade Rumors

Nic Antaya/Getty Images Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers tries to avoid negative headlines and raise questions about his future with the team. According to Tom VanHaaren, Rodgers spoke ahead of Capital One's The Match Tuesday. Rodgers stated, per Baby: "I'm very grateful for the opportunity to treat my mental health." I have not experienced depression or any other mental illness. These are things that it is okay to discuss if we're discussing mental health. I have been thinking about what makes me feel the most happy. What habits can you form to make me feel the best in my body and most present? That's exactly what I have been doing. Rodgers said that taking the time to take care of yourself is the greatest gift anyone can give themselves. Rodgers was relatively quiet during this offseason. External reports are the best source of information. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Rodgers didn't want to be traded to the Packers in 2021, despite being under three years of his current contract. Although there is likely to be a lot of interest in the league, Rodgers has not indicated that he plans to trade. Rodgers made reference to Monday's inability to comment on his relationship with Packers. Baby said that sometimes the loudest person is not necessarily the one who has all the facts or the truth. Sometimes, there's a lot more wisdom in silence. Green Bay's situation is still grim as Green Bay's 37-year old skipped both the mandatory minicamp and the OTAs. Instead, he spent time in Hawaii with Shailene Woodley, his fiancee. Tuesday will see Rodgers return to the spotlight alongside Bryson deChambeau in a battle of golf as they face Phil Mickelson or Tom Brady. The Packers must still make a decision about Rodgers' next move, but the quarterback seems to be more relaxed for the 2021 season.

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