The English striker's future at the club was unknown during the off-season, stemming to some incidents back in his homeland which brought about legal worries.
But Rodgers, who scored nine goals last season which was second to Thierry Henry, has now had his visa reapplication accepted and will join the Red Bulls for pre-season training in Mexico.
"Iv got my visa, be joining the red bulls in mexico this week. Cant wait!" Rodgers posted on his Facebook page.