Will the NFL's Most Valuable Player ever depart the Green Bay Packers?

Although Aaron Rodgers has described his future as "a beautiful mystery," his situation with the Green Bay Packers is becoming increasingly tense.

Rodgers has played for the Packers his whole career, winning Super Bowl 45 and was awarded the NFL's Most Valuable Player for the third time last season.

Despite coming within one game of winning Super Bowl 55, the veteran quarterback is unhappy with the management of the organisation.

The 37-year-desire old to depart Green Bay was revealed on the morning of this year's NFL draught. The issue has still not been rectified after five weeks. This week, the Packers had their three-day training camp, and their talisman was absent.

So, what does this mean for Green Bay and Rodgers?