So what does Aaron Rodgers think about Jon Gruden’s emails?
Aaron Rodgers in his weekly guest spot on The Pat McAfee Show this week, discussed the viral nature of Jon Gruden’s emails and subsequent resignation. The Green Bay Packers quarterback wanted to be clear when he said NFL players do not share Gruden’s opinions or views.
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Here’s what Rodgers had to say below:
How do we go forward after these Jon Gruden emails??
"I can say with real honesty & pride that those opinions aren't shared with players.. the locker room allows you to have incredible conversations & that's the best way to grow, learn, change & better yourself" ~@AaronRodgers12 pic.twitter.com/NZk72hK79S
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) October 12, 2021
Rodgers says that NFL locker rooms are a mixing of different cultures and backgrounds, which only forces people together into close quarters who might not otherwise be in the same room. So it’s all good.
Rodgers was also adamant that Gruden’s opinions don’t belong in the game.
I think Rodgers speaks for all of us on that take. Gruden’s emails are really dominating the latest news cycle.
Aaron probably enjoys not being the target for once…