• Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers will face each other at "The Match" golf event in July
  • Brady has been poking fun at Rodgers ahead of the said charity event
  • The Packers have been under fire amid the reigning NFL MVP's situation

Tom Brady has been taking his trolling of Aaron Rodgers on social media to another level.

This offseason, Brady has delighted his followers with some hilarious memes on Twitter.

One of his latest memes was the now-viral Bryson Dechambeau-Brooks Koepka screenshot from earlier this week.

It can be recalled that Koepka had an epic post-match interview after his second-place finish at the PGA Championship on Sunday.

Brady, meanwhile, brilliantly used the said interview screenshot on Wednesday to poke fun at Rodgers, reminding everybody about the Green Bay Packers kicking a field goal in their NFC championship game last January with 2:09 left.

While the aforementioned meme was already an instant hit on Twitter, the seven-time Super Bowl winner came up with another troll on the Packers star quarterback on Instagram.

In his graphic promo for “The Match” golf event where he and Rodgers will take on each other alongside gold legends DeChambeau and Phil Mickelson, Brady wrote “two champions vs. a scientist and a jeopardy host.”

Based on Brady’s caption, he referred to himself as the “scientist” and Rodgers as “jeopardy host,” evidently mocking his fellow star quarterback’s appearances on the famous TV show.

Brady and Rodgers will take part in the fourth edition of the said charity match at Moonlight Basin in Big Sky, Montana on July 6.

On a serious note, Brady is set for his second season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Meanwhile, Rodgers is still dealing with a reportedly tumultuous trade saga with the Packers.

A host of NFL teams have been linked to Rodgers in the past few weeks, but to this day, nothing is concrete yet.

Tom Brady Aaron Rodgers The Packers and Patriots are both favored by double-digits on the road. Photo: Reuters/Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

Amid the talked-about Rodgers’ ordeal, NFL legend Alex Smith has put the blame on the Packers for allowing the situation to get worse.

According to Smith, he hasn’t spoken to Rodgers about the matter. But based on how the quarterback’s recent statements, it appears that the problem is about “the people” in the team.

“It’s inexcusable. It’s absolutely [inexcusable], I think, how they ever got to this point,” Smith said on FS1’s “The Herd with Colin Cowherd.” “I mean, Aaron’s been there 16 years.”

“What he’s given to that organization, and been there. And what happened last year in the draft — I haven’t talked to Aaron [Rodgers] about this so I don’t want to put words in his mouth — but clearly you watch the [interview with former ESPN anchor Kenny Mayne] and to hear him talk about it, it’s about the people,” the three-time Pro Bowl continued.