Aaron Rodgers is not expected to participate when the Green Bay Packers open minicamp on Tuesday. Rodgers  is subject to $93,085 in fines if he does not show for the entire three-day camp.

The Packers have discussed giving Rodgers an excused absence, which would then waive the fines. If they don't, then Rodgers would be fined $15,515 for missing Tuesday, $31,030 for Wednesday and $46,540 for Thursday.

Rodgers already has missed enough of the offseason program to forfeit his $500,000 workout bonus.

The Packers have been working to mend their relationship with Rodgers this offseason but no progress has been made. 

News of Rodgers' unhappiness with the Packers became public April 29.