Rodgers, Adams fuel speculation over future with 'Last Dance' posts

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Aaron Rodgers and wide receiver Davante Adams created further speculation Friday night about their future with the Green Bay Packers.

Rodgers and Adams both posted the same picture of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen in an apparent reference to "The Last Dance."

It's unclear if Rodgers and Adams are hinting they've already played their last game together in Green Bay, or if they're signaling this upcoming season will be their final one with the Packers.

Rodgers has reportedly referred to Packers executive Brian Gutekunst as Jerry Krause - the former Chicago Bulls general manager who feuded with Jordan and Pippen - in text messages with teammates. The reigning MVP is said to have informed teammates that he's not willing to come back to the Packers next season under Gutekunst.

Rodgers reportedly turned down a two-year extension that would've made him the league's highest-paid player.

Adams and the Packers reportedly broke off negotiations for a long-term extension ahead of training camp. The two sides apparently don't have any plans to resume contract discussions.

The All-Pro wideout is entering the final season of the four-year, $58-million extension he signed in 2017.

Green Bay is set to begin camp July 28.

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Rodgers, Adams fuel speculation over future with 'Last Dance' posts
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