Jordan Rodgers Is Still Not Fond Of Aaron

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Jordan Rodgers

The family feud is alive and well. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been estranged from his family for some time. His brother Jordan seems to like to point that out.

Jordan Rodgers took Aaron’s $1 million wildfire donation as an opportunity to take a shot at his brother.

That’s tough, man.

We really have no idea what Rodgers’ issue with his family is at this point. Not sure we care anymore either. Maybe it will get worked out one day.

It’s an unfortunate situation. That said, it’s still kind of shitty for Jordan to take this shot when Aaron is trying to do something for his hometown community.

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50 Comments on "Jordan Rodgers Is Still Not Fond Of Aaron"

    • PF4L

      Fkn-a

      Wade2 hours ago
      Rodgers has never said a negative word about his family in the media. Whatever their issue is and no matter who is wrong or right family matters are FAMILY matters. Keep it out of the press little brother . Show some class and stop embarrassing yourself and your parents. Also stop hating on your older brother . Jealousy amongst siblings is such an ugly thing. Honestly just from the way he has conducted himself in regards to whatever the issue is it seems to me that you and the rest of your family may be the issue. Just a hunch.

    • Skinny

      Jordan Rodgers tags Jojo whos actually hotter than Danica and its still not enough. That’s the stupidity of this guy. Dude you took Butte Community College to a national title and got lucky meeting one of the hottest chicks on one of Americas stupidest shows. What more do you want? Id be getting up every day doin the texas two step if was in your shoes.

  1. KILLER

    Jordan nailed it.

    Couldn’t be more right.

    Why should he sit on the status quo when it is so cruddy?

    It’s not like Aaron will take his calls or whatever. If Jordan wants to communicate this is pretty much his only option. Trying to get Aaron to get his priorities right is important communication. Hey, I’m not saying it will actually work but, hey, at least Jordan is TRYING. Unlike, you know, Aaron… at all… even with his Mom… even in a matter of life and death….

    If his own brother can’t try to straighten out Aaron (no pun intended) then who can? Of course, as Packer fans and Aaron worshippers you probably think Aaron is beyond the law, beyond the rules (or at least change them to better suit him AMIRITE? ;-/ ), and beyond humanity.

    Wait, you might be right about that last one….

    • Cheese

      You know nothing about their situation so stop acting like you do. You don’t know if this is Jordan’s only way to communicate or if Aaron avoids all of his calls. Who says it’s Jordan’s job to get Aarons priorities straight? I’m pretty sure Aaron can do that himself. And if that was Jordan’s intent, I don’t think publicly insulting someone over private matters is the best way to sway someone to your point of view.

      • PF4L

        I decided to reply to his dumbest post of the day in the previous article, this was his 2nd dumbest but it was almost a tie.

        • PF4L

          Just to keep things real…..

          Jordan is an analyst on the SEC network. If he wasn’t Aaron’s brother, he’d be just another College QB who couldn’t make the roster of an NFL team. He’d also most likely be asking you what flavor sauce you wanted with your chicken nuggets.

  2. PF4L

    Yes Joseph…it’s getting to the point we don’t care anymore. But caring, was your first mistake. I never did care because it’s….A) a family issue. B) i don’t have to, or want to know anything about it, because…C) It’s none of my business.

    justin2 hours ago
    I have 2 brothers a sister and my mom all 10 minutes drive from me, haven’t spoke to any of them in over 6 years? Why? none of your business.

  3. PF4L

    Jordan Rodgers

    @JRodgers11

    “But when your own Mom is home alone during the fires……”

    Ok Jordan, if your so worried about your Mom being alone….where were you? Where was her husband? Where was your older brother Luke? Why are you such a pussy?

    • KILLER

      Take a remedial reading course, dude. He was not saying Aaron should have been there, he was saying he should have called to make sure she was all right. He did not care where Aaron was nor does it matter where everyone else was. It’s a phone call. A phone call. Press 10 numbers and send. Just check. Geez, not even curious if Mom and Dad are in harms way? WTF?

      Fresh news: Sprint was going to have Rodgers endorse their product in a series of commercials and appearances that would have netted him over 15 million dollars. Once made aware of his cold hostility towards family and inability to call they thought better having him represent them. They are sticking with Paul Marcarelli.

      • PF4L

        He’s whining she was “alone”. I simply asked, where were you and your close family members. I guess they didn’t care enough for anyone to be with her.

        Reading a post is one thing, understanding it is another.

        Please try to do better.

  4. Mitch Anthony

    Nothing hates like family.

    In my lifetime and in my neighborhood I have seen one brother shoot another to death over something probably as similarly inconsequential on the grievance scale the Rodgers family issue. I have seen other mature brothers and sisters sue each other and take each other to court time again over stuff that most rational people would simply walk away from. But it’s the principle dammit!

    I have adult friends who have not spoken to one parent or another for now decades. One of those parents one time was shit-talking his son to me knowing that we were friends. I said to him, “You wanna get some good revenge?” He answered affirmatively and enthusiastically, “Yes!”. I told him to just go live a happy life and not let that bullshit bother him so much. He never spoke to me again.

    Again. Repeat after me. Nothing hates like family.

    Now re-read some of those other posts that accurately point out. This is none of our damn business.

    Want to engage in a good conversation about California wild fires? Talk about how liberal environmental policy so totally screwed this situation up and made the fire danger so much more worse for the last several years. Policies that have now lead to these high body counts.

    But hey, million bucks is a good donation. Not JJ Watt level but good for you Aaron.

    • PF4L

      For accuracy’s sake, JJ Watt started a fundraiser for Hurricane Harvey, with a donation of $100,00, with a goal of $200,000…then it grew from outside donations.

    • MM²SUCK

      MITCH ANTHONY, regarding the “wildfires” caused by liberal environmental policy, that is more bogus right-wing fake news. The “burn-offs” that used to be practiced were halted through BI-PARTISAN policy . NOT just liberal policy (btw, many times these ALSO led to runaway fires). Furthermore, the Federal Gov’t. has been cutting the forestry services budget since Trump came into office (not withstanding Ryan and McConnell’s own budget policies of removing important monies from NEEDED project budgets, to offset the right-wing giveaways’ to the rich and corporate . . . the monies have to come from somewhere right? Right?) What pulls my chain, is that most of the people on the right are clueless about the real reasons why the right wants to get rid of monies for certain things! They need to cover up for the simple loss of revenue for their giveaway’s . . . how do they do that? THEY CUT DOWN THE BUDGETS FROM MANY PROJECTS! that’s how . . . Happy Thanksgiving.

        • MM²SUCK

          Thanks MITCH, Btw, I did read it, The Hoover Institute is a right-wing think tank. They are NOT objective and tend to use hyperbole to enable the readers confirmation bias. This article was an exercise in sophomoric debate. A totally biased and rigged op-ed. Even the subtle climate change dig was amusing . . . not withstanding the use of hypotheticals in their “less than empirically based” prose.

          https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/hoover-institution/

          NEPA was signed into law by Nixon (a Republican). The brilliant Trump signed an executive order that basically attempted to cut the legs out from under NEPA and the CEQ.

          On August 15, 2017, President Trump issued Executive Order (E.O.) 13807, “Establishing Discipline and Accountability in the Environmental Review and Permitting Process for Infrastructure Projects.”[32] This executive order directs CEQ to use its “authority to interpret NEPA to simplify and accelerate the NEPA review process”, requires agencies to “establish procedures for a regular review and update of categorical exclusions”, and revokes President Obama’s Executive Order 13690 that increased Flood Risk Management to include the science on climate change. Consequently, CEQ published an advance notice of proposed rulemaking “Update to the Regulations for Implementing the Procedural Provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act.”

          There was pushback to this ridiculousness from Trump and the right wing machine from CEQ itself:
          Find reference#33 regarding NEPA; here is the link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Environmental_Policy_Act

        • Ferris

          Do A LOT more research before you post an article from the Hoover Institution. A far right “Think Tank” that only “thinks” about how to get more Republicans to give them money to spew more garbage. Now you just sunk below the one who I will not name here. At least he keeps it to his crappy team and insulting Green Bay fans. You just insulted every person who can think for themselves. Jesus you are an idiot sheep.

        • MM²SUCK

          MITCH, I read the whole article. It was an op-ed piece from a right-wing think tank! The level of rhetoric and hyperbole was obvious. What this site does is to posit enough ambiguities that relate to a narrative that will enable your confirmation bias to a point where you believe that it may just fit the narrative(s) that these charlatans serve up for you. Here is a non-partisan break-down on the “Hoover Institute”
          https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/hoover-institution/
          They even subtly attacked climate change! It was quite sad . . . Regarding “burn-offs”, many of these have BECOME “wildfires” after initiated! That is because of the nature of the terrain (topography) the highly unstable air movement and sometimes the inaccessibility of the area that inadvertently gets affected.
          On August 15, 2017, President Trump issued Executive Order (E.O.) 13807, “Establishing Discipline and Accountability in the Environmental Review and Permitting Process for Infrastructure Projects.”[32] This executive order directs CEQ to use its “authority to interpret NEPA to simplify and accelerate the NEPA review process”, requires agencies to “establish procedures for a regular review and update of categorical exclusions”, and revokes President Obama’s Executive Order 13690 that increased Flood Risk Management to include the science on climate change. Consequently, CEQ published an advance notice of proposed rulemaking “Update to the Regulations for Implementing the Procedural Provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act.” However, an August 10, 2018 response comment letter [33] points out
          NEPA was signed into law by a Republican (Nixon). Within this time frame Nixon also strengthened the CEQ which was to put NEPA into a very functional guidline and mandated it’s IMPORTANCE in protecting our environment . . . Back in the 70’s many Republicans actually still cared about our environment . . .
          It actually functioned well until the “New Republican Party” with Ryan and McConnell decided to start shaving federal budgets to OFFSET the LOSS of REVENUE soley caused by giveaways to corporations and the ultra rich. The monies must come from somewhere to cover the LOSS of revenue right? RIGHT?? So, they started removing needed funds from many Gov’t projects and their budgets. The Forestry Service has been one of them for quite some time . . . Add the latest Trump Executive Order and it just compounds the problem . . .
          Regarding said problem with the Trump EO and Ryan and McConnell’s tampering(s) The head of the CEQ issued a response regarding the ridiculousness in attempting to puposefully “muck up” (my words) something that was running very efficiently . . . You can find the reference: #33 in wikipedia’s page on NEPA. Here is the link; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Environmental_Policy_Act
          In essence I suppose is this feeling that if more of us stopped believing the “Right-Wing” rhetoric which is usually NEVER fact based and Mostly filled with talking points to engage your emotion’s rather than your actual cognitives, this will continue to happen and they will continue to take whatever they want from us and continue to fool many of you. Since when would you believe that an exceedingly small percentage of scientists who are nearly ALWAYS on the payrolls of the fossil fuel industry over 90% of the rest of the mostly UNBIASED scientists? That seems to qualify many aspects of the smaller percentage of scientists as to an OBVIOUS bias . . . Moreover, reading the “Hoover Institutes” Op-ed piece, I would be remiss if I did not include them in an obvious bias by referencing “Non climate change” perspectives.

          The article is a fail, and by default so is your argument MITCH ANTHONY.

        • MM²SUCK

          Part I
          MITCH, I read the whole article. It was an op-ed piece from a right-wing think tank! The level of rhetoric and hyperbole was shameful and obvious. What this site does is to posit enough ambiguities that relate to a narrative that will enable your confirmation bias to a point where you believe that it may just fit the narrative(s) that these charlatans serve up for you. Here is a non-partisan break-down on the “Hoover Institute”
          https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/hoover-institution/
          They even subtly attacked climate change! It was quite sad . . . Regarding “burn-offs”, many of these have BECOME “wildfires” after initiated! That is because of the nature of the terrain (topography) the highly unstable air movement and sometimes the inaccessibility of the area that inadvertently gets affected.
          On August 15, 2017, President Trump issued Executive Order (E.O.) 13807, “Establishing Discipline and Accountability in the Environmental Review and Permitting Process for Infrastructure Projects.”[32] This executive order directs CEQ to use its “authority to interpret NEPA to simplify and accelerate the NEPA review process”, requires agencies to “establish procedures for a regular review and update of categorical exclusions”, and revokes President Obama’s Executive Order 13690 that increased Flood Risk Management to include the science on climate change. Consequently, CEQ published an advance notice of proposed rulemaking “Update to the Regulations for Implementing the Procedural Provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act.” However, an August 10, 2018 response comment letter [33] points out

        • MM²SUCK

          Part II
          NEPA was signed into law by a Republican (Nixon). Within this time frame Nixon also strengthened the CEQ which was to put NEPA into a very functional guidline and mandated it’s IMPORTANCE in protecting our environment . . . Back in the 70’s many Republicans actually still cared about our environment . . .
          It actually functioned well until the “New Republican Party” with Ryan and McConnell decided to start shaving federal budgets to OFFSET the LOSS of REVENUE soley caused by giveaways to corporations and the ultra rich. The monies must come from somewhere to cover the LOSS of revenue right? RIGHT?? So, they started removing needed funds from many Gov’t projects and their budgets. The Forestry Service has been one of them for quite some time . . . Add the latest Trump Executive Order and it just compounds the problem . . .
          Regarding said problem with the Trump EO and Ryan and McConnell’s tampering(s) The head of the CEQ issued a response regarding the ridiculousness in attempting to puposefully “muck up” (my words) something that was running very efficiently . . . You can find the reference: #33 in wikipedia’s page on NEPA. Here is the link; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Environmental_Policy_Act
          In essence I suppose is this feeling that if more of us stopped believing the “Right-Wing” rhetoric which is usually NEVER fact based and Mostly filled with talking points to engage your emotion’s rather than your actual cognitives, this will continue to happen and they will continue to take whatever they want from us and continue to fool many of you. Since when would you believe that an exceedingly small percentage of scientists who are nearly ALWAYS on the payrolls of the fossil fuel industry over 90% of the rest of the mostly UNBIASED scientists? That seems to qualify many aspects of the smaller percentage of scientists as to an OBVIOUS bias . . . Moreover, reading the “Hoover Institutes” Op-ed piece, I would be remiss if I did not include them in an obvious bias by referencing “Non climate change” perspectives.

          The article is a fail, and by default so is your argument MITCH ANTHONY.

      • Kato

        How about not making this a fucking political issue like everything else. Wildfires are a natural occurrence. Droughts are a natural occurrence. The shit happens. Its fucking sad. But blaming Trump or liberal policy is bullshit

        • MM²SUCK

          KATO, this “political issue” was not started by me, I am just correcting fiction with fact . . . While you are somewhat correct regarding the nature of wildfires, the right-wing is putting on a “blitzkrieg” of deflection so as to mitigate any blame for their POOR policies and lower budgets regarding our environment, and our Forestry Service. Which directly correlates to what is going on right now.

      • Ferris

        Right on MM squared. Mitch go watch Fox news some more you jack off. Now you’re in the same class as the idiot I won’t name. If you were my brother I’d never speak to you again. Stick to football here fool.

        • MM²SUCK

          So are inculcated lemmings like you. Please do not continue with this inane drivel . . . You may become embarrassed by the outcome . . . not a threat btw :)

          • PF4L

            Damn….i think i may have to accept the moderators job i was offered. I just don’t think it would be prudent putting that much power at my finger tips. I’d get power drunk, in a week there might only be 7 people left in here.

            BAD idea :)

    • Leachman

      Aaron is not a god far from it too and he and all of us will of to answer to God for ALL our words act and deed including the neglect of (known family)

  5. Deepsky

    To me Jordan seems like a dick. A million dollars is a lot of money, even for Rodgers. How many of us have given more than a weeks salary to disaster victims?

      • KILLER

        Piffle…aka PF4L… aka Monty….

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        If Vikings win you must stay off this site (your own site) at least as per your Piffle/PF4L identity comments for one full week. Let’s make it 8 days actually. This Monday the 26th thru to midnight Monday December 3rd (so nothing all of either Monday and all days in between).

        If the Packers win then it is I who must stay away for all those same 8 days.

        A tie? We both do!

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        This can be a fun bet and make the game even more interesting. You know I’ll honor my end of it as you know I’ve always been honorable and good. Heck, I’m a Vikings fan, of course I’ll honor any bet I’ve made. You? Admittedly I am rolling the dice there and will just have to find out.

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