"There's a lot of guys' futures that are uncertain, myself included," Rodgers said postgame, according to Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. "That's what's sad about it most, getting this far."
"I'm going to have to take some time away for sure and clear my head, kind of see what's going on with everything," he added. "But it's pretty tough right now."
Rodgers enjoyed one of the most productive campaigns of his career and is the favorite to win MVP. However, his standing with the club was called into question when Green Bay selected Jordan Love in the 2020 draft.
Earlier in the week, the 37-year-old called his future "a beautiful mystery," acknowledging he may not get many more opportunities to play in a Super Bowl. Following the defeat, the star signal-caller admitted it was difficult to watch Tampa Bay celebrate a victory Sunday.
"This one stings, and is going to for a long time," Rodgers said, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky.
Despite the looming uncertainty over his quarterback, Packers head coach Matt LaFleur backed Rodgers as the team's leader going forward.
"I sure as hell hope so," LaFleur told reporters, per Wood. "I mean, the guy is the MVP of this league. He's the heart and soul of our football team. So, hell yeah. He better be back here. He's our leader."
Rodgers is under contract through the 2023 season, but a potential out exists in his deal after the 2021 campaign.