Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that Rodgers told "people close to him" he now plans to play for the Packers this season, though Murphy acknowledged Monday that he doesn't know if the star quarterback will report for training camp. The Packers' first practice is scheduled for Wednesday, and they technically can fine Rodgers $50,000 for each day he misses. Of course, the team probably will let the fines slide if the ultimate goal is to convince Rodgers to line up under center Week 1 at New Orleans. Murphy and GM Brian Gutekunst have made it clear that's their priority, but it's harder to say exactly where Rodgers stands, with rumors hinting at everything from trade demands to considering retirement.
Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Not available for trade
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