Whether or not Aaron Rodgers will play quarterback for the Green Bay Packers in 2021 remains the NFL offseason's burning question -- but there's no doubt about his ability to sidestep pressure.
During live coverage of Tuesday's The Match 4 in Montana, TNT's Brian Anderson -- following, naturally, a live shot of a bear near the golf course -- asked Rodgers who would be quarterbacking the Packers against the Chicago Bears.
Rodgers' response was simple, if hardly informative.
"I don't know, B.A., we'll see," Rodgers said. "We'll see, won't we?"
Anderson then asked about Sept. 12, to which Rodgers replied, "What's that one?"
When Anderson clarified he was asking about the Packers' season opener against the Saints, Rodgers once again said, "I don't know, B.A., we'll see."
The reigning NFL MVP has stayed away from the Packers throughout the offseason, skipping mandatory minicamp after reports emerged of his unhappiness with contract negotiations. Rodgers has spoken publicly about his disharmony with the team just once thus far.
During a Monday news conference ahead of The Match 4, Rodgers spoke about using the offseason to "work on my mental health," but offered no updates on his situation with the Packers.
He didn't really offer any updates on Tuesday, either. Anyone hoping for news from Montana about how things will play out in Wisconsin must instead continue to wait and, as Rodgers put it, "see."