"They came to the cafe for breakfast and just sat outside at a table together," the insider told E! News, noting it was just Woodley, 30, and Rodgers, 38, but they didn't "hang out too long."
The Big Little Lies star and the Green Bay Packers player quietly started dating in the later half of 2020 and got engaged in early 2021.
"They are two very different people," the source spilled to the outlet of their decision to end things. "They are both focused on their careers but it took them in separate directions. They remain supportive of one another and on good terms."
Despite ending their relationship, Rodgers couldn't help but gush about his former partner during a February 22nd appearance on the Pat McAfee Show, where he noted he "learned so much" from her.
"She's an incredible woman, talented, smart, kind," the NFL star said of the Divergent actress. "She taught me what unconditional love looks like and that's a great gift and having a partner like that makes life so much more enjoyable."
"I think that living a life of gratitude is so important and when you meet your person, life just changes and you can't possibly not be changed being around those special people," Rodgers reflected to the radio host.
As OK! previously reported, the outspoken football player recently hinted that differing political views may have been the downfall of his whirlwind romance with Woodley. Rodgers was accused of lying about his vaccination status after stating during a press conference that he was "immunized," even though he hadn't received any vaccine.
"One thing that I am sad about and definitely apologetic is I didn't realize in the midst of the COVID conversations how much of my situation was affecting my loved ones and my people," he told McAfee. "The people that support me and love me and check on me and take care of me."