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Aaron Rodgers Isn’t Being Shy About Olivia Munn

Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn

Sure, there’s been this PDA and that PDA, but in the past when someone has asked Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers about his relationships, he’s turned into Grumblelord.

“So Aaron, we see you were spotted with [insert name of broad here]. Care to comment on that relationship?”

“Grumble, grumble, [inaudible], mraaah!”

Well, not anymore! Leave it to Jason Wilde to actually ask Rodgers questions that we want to know the answers too. Unlike the clowns at the Press Gazette and Journal Sentinel — who also did interviews with Rodgers this week — Wilde asked some things that didn’t fall into the category of retreaded bullshit.

So we got this exchange.

ESPNWisconsin:  Those photos, and the attention/scrutiny that came after it, would seem to be something that would really bother you. Did it bother you?

Rodgers:  No. For one, I’m real happy in my relationship. And I understand what comes with it. And two, the last couple years I’ve learned a lot about perspective and what’s important. And, that you cannot, when you’ve had success individually and collectively as a team and you are highlighted for the things you’ve done on the field and off the field, you cannot hide from the spotlight. You have to learn to embrace it.

I think it’s a process for me. I think it really took a while for me – and you still work through it – to get to a comfort level with that. But finally, you say, ‘You know what? It comes with the territory.’ It’s not what I signed up for. I signed up to play football, because I love it, and have as long as I can remember – watching the Niners on TV as a kid with my family to watching my favorite players and following them in high school and college and becoming a professional. This is what I always wanted to do. You don’t realize what all comes with it at times, but I think on some level, you have to embrace that. And the older you get, you focus on the things that are most important, and you learn to deal with or embrace the things that are more difficult.

Well, very grown up of you, Aaron.

Of course, we’d venture to say Rodgers has probably never had a piece of ass like Olivia Munn before. I mean, why wouldn’t you want to show that off?

“Hey everybody, look at what I got!”

He’s like the kid with the coolest Trapper Keeper on the first day of school.

Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.



  1. Don Q June 14, 2014

    She’ll look great in Green and Gold. Welcome to greatness Olivia Munn!

  2. Nacho dan June 14, 2014

    He’s still watching the niners on tv

  3. Dukes June 15, 2014

    She’s clearly a beard, isn’t it convenient that every time they are together a camera is around? I bet Aaron and Kevin are having a big laugh about this as they are probably sitting in Aaron’s mansion wearing laced kimono’s and sipping soy non fat lattes.

  4. Shawn Neuser June 15, 2014

    Quite a catch for a B-list actress.

    Still, dating an actress, even a B-lister, is going to bring the paparazzi for sure. I imagine that also has something to do with “embracing” it.

  5. Kristofer June 15, 2014

    I have never understood the fascination that the public has in the personal life of “famous” people and I never will. Yea, its cool that Rodgers is dating a hot broad, but who cares if, when and where they share a kiss. IMO, get a life if that’s what interests you.