Bringing family issues out like that to the public did not sit well with Aaron. For him to invest the past 13 years in this team, has given his heart and soul to us, to have that kind of closure, it was great of the organization - Joe, Gutey, Mark and everybody that allowed him to come in and say his piece. 2, the same day McCarthy was sacked. "Aaron Rodgers wants the power in terms of 'I want to be able to do what I want to do and turn this play, whatever you call, into whatever play I turn it into and that's my best skill.' But that skill is running out for him". "I was at home with my folks in town for my birthday".
Rodgers, who has always been entangled in a bitter battle with younger brother Jordan, 30, was recently scolded by his sibling on social media, after the quarterback asked fans to help those affected by the California wildfires. After Aaron shared a video asking fans to help raise money for those affected by the recent devastating wildfires in California - Aaron's hometown is Chico, California - Jordan shared the message on Twitter and slammed him in the process. Jordan accused Aaron of ignoring their own mother. "Everything else just feels like an act". Tensions appeared to escalate after patriarch Ed Rodgers spoke to the New York Times in early 2017.
He continued, adding that he doesn't "think it's appropriate to talk about family stuff publicly", but "fame can change things".
Rodgers' ex-girlfriend, Olivia Munn, also commented on the Rodgers family relationship in an interview with Andy Cohen for Sirius XM.
That's when Aaron slickly dropped the info about the reconciliation with his parents.
"I do believe that family and fame and success can be really complicated if their dreams are connected to your success", Munn explained. ". I mean, [Aaron's] father played football and he's a sports chiropractor, and his brother - they're all into sports". His passion for the game, his love for the players was clearly evident.
"Josh McDaniels may be the best thing for Aaron Rodgers in terms of giving him a system that he can trust, but I don't think Aaron Rodgers wants that", Bruschi said.