“It was a friendly split; it just doesn’t work,” a source told Everyone. “They are very different people with busy jobs and obstacles that they cannot overcome. They will remain friendly; no bad blood and no drama. It just didn’t work out for them. “
Well, on Monday night, Rodgers showed up to confirm that he and Big Little Lies the actress remained on relatively good terms, sharing an Instagram post dedicated to her and her Packers teammates (despite being a Super Bowl favorite advancing to the knockout stages, led by Rodgers’ season MVP, the team lost 13-10 to the San Francisco 49ers in the Split).
“Here are some… #MondayNightGratitude for some very special people in my life, with some pictures from this beautiful past year,” Rodgers captioned a series of images on Instagram, including one clutching Woodley on the couch. .
“@Shailene Woodley, thanks for letting me chase you the first few months after we met, and finally letting me catch up with you and be a part of your life. Thank you for always supporting me, for the incredible kindness you show me and everyone you meet, and for showing me what unconditional love looks like, I love you and am grateful you,” he wrote.
“To the men I share a QB room with every day, Matt, Nathaniel, Luke, @ jordan3love and @kurtbenkert , you guys make every day so much fun and I’m so thankful for the daily laughs and stress relief you give me every week of the year. I love you guys.”
Rodgers, of course, caused a stir at the start of the season when he revealed he had misled the public, the press and members of the league about his vaccination status, replying that he had was “immunized” against COVID-19 when asked. about his vaccination status during filming when in fact he is unvaccinated and only receiving homeopathic treatment from his personal physician. The world discovered Rodgers’ condition when he tested positive for COVID-19 and was placed on a 10-day regimen for unvaccinated players.
The NFL eventually found Rodgers guilty of multiple violations of the federation’s COVID-19 policy, including exposing his face during post-game press and attending sans-masked team events. He was ultimately fined $14,650 for his violation while the Packers received a $300,000 fine, though in a controversial move he was not suspended for any games.
“Rodgers then doubled down: his anti-vax stance, against the “awakened mob,” and for some reason invited Martin Luther King Jr. in an odd podcast appearance.”
Rodgers then doubled down: his anti-vax stance, against the “awakened mob,” and for some reason called out Martin Luther King Jr. in a weird podcast appearance. Meanwhile, Woodley posted several messages on Instagram defending her then-fiance while lashing out at the media for their coverage of him, saying they needed to “calm down” and ” grabbed a straw to disparage Aaron.”
It is not known whether Rodgers’ anti-vax stance – or the ensuing controversy over it – contributed to their relationship’s disintegration.