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Aaron Rodgers’ Dad: Fame Can Change You

It seems we can safely assume that the rumors that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is not just estranged from his brother, but also from the rest of his family, are true.

While we haven’t been watching Jordan Rodgers on The Bachelorette, it’s hard to ignore the deluge of chatter floating around out there. So here’s Aaron and Jordan’s dad Ed Rodgers mentioning how fame changes people.

“Fame can change you, but one thing I know about Jordan, he’s so strong-willed and that’s not going to change him in any way,” he told JoJo Fletcher.

We’re not sure why Ed would mention that if he weren’t referring to Aaron.

Watch for yourself if you like.

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Joseph Bonham

Joseph is a fiction writer when he isn't doing this. In his spare time he likes to do manly things like drink beer and procreate.

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  1. PF4L July 20, 2016

    It seems every other article contains the word “we” in it. We this, we that….”we haven’t been watching Jordan Rodgers on The Bachelorette”. Really dude?

    50% of this site’s content comes from tabloid b s. With many of the articles lately focusing on Jordan Rodgers and the Bachelorette, do you really think for a freaking second that this readership believes none of the writers here watches that trash show?

    Ever since Joe and Mordecai started writing more often, the substantive content of articles on here are low life subject matters. I’ve even went so far as to compliment both of them for picking up their game when they wrote something worth reading. But then they return right back into the shitter immediately.

    Pay Shawn to write 60% of the articles, pay Phatguz and Howard to write 20%. Rob and Monty the other 20%. then we’d have something. Instead of the same stupid rehashed bullshit articles from Joe and Mordecai

    1. Tucson Packer July 21, 2016

      Just for the insightful statistics alone (and lack of TMZ stories) Rob should write more, also Howard because of his enlightening perspective. I was done with Mordecai after his first article.

  2. Sanguine camper July 21, 2016

    Who cares? As long as the Packers win I could care less what the players do off the field. Just win baby!