Aaron Rodgers commented on his rift with brother Jordan Rodgers during Wednesday’s appearance on the Aubrey Marcus Podcast, saying he believes in ‘healing’ and ‘the possibility of reconciliation at a time’ somehow.’
The Green Bay Packers quarterback, 38, commented on the possibility of moving forward with his siblings, as Jordan, 33, talked about his discord with Aaron when he appeared in 2016 on The Bachelorette , where he pursued his last wife JoJo Fletcher, 31 years old.
According to US Weekly, Aaron was not present when Jordan and JoJo got married this past May at the Sunstone Distillery in Santa Ynez, California.
The Latest: Aaron Rodgers, 38, commented on his rift with brother Jordan Rodgers, 33, during an appearance Wednesday on the Aubrey Marcus Podcast, saying he believes ‘in soldering’ attached’ and ‘reconcilable at some point’
“Many people have problems with their families and deal with them in their own way,” the NFL said. ‘For me, I always try to deal with it quietly behind closed doors.
‘That wasn’t always the case or wasn’t good enough for a lot of people who wanted to write about it, or separate it, or talk about it, or even some of the things my family said or did. public years. ‘
Rodgers said he has never been comfortable openly discussing his family dynamics.
“For a superficial assessment of what should be, or how it should be, or who’s wrong and who’s right, it’s just a game I never wanted to play and still don’t want to play,” he said.
Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher, who were married earlier this year, were arrested in LA in 2019
Rodgers said he has never felt comfortable engaging in public discussion about his family dynamics
Rodgers said the ‘most important’ factor was the ‘deep love and gratitude’ he has for his family.
“Who knows what that future will look like, when it will be like, when it will come,” Rodgers said. ‘But in my heart there is no bitterness, no resentment.
‘I just have a deep love and gratitude for the lessons I’ve learned and the fact that if I hadn’t been raised that way, all the good things and all the disappointments, There’s no way I could be sitting here today.’
Four-time NFL MVP says not being grateful for his life experience and how things have turned out for him would be to ‘look at the glass like it’s half empty and [he] just won’t do it. ‘
Rodgers said the ‘most important’ factor was the ‘deep love and gratitude’ he has for his family
NFL star says he has no bitterness or grievances about the situation
Rodgers was photographed at Packers training camp in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin on Thursday
He added, ‘I look at it because there are very important experiences. I have chosen to be in this family and face everything that I have faced positive and difficult and I have deep love and gratitude for them and journey and hope for the future. ‘
The soccer star said that at his core he has ‘deep gratitude and love for the way he has been raised, the lessons he was taught and the environment he grew up in, as well. like the fact that his father Ed Rodgers’ made the point. to make [him and his] Your sporting events are your number one priority. ‘
He credits their father Ed for ‘going back to school like a middle aged man’ in an effort to ‘create a better life for his kids.’
Rodgers said: ‘At my age he’s gone back to orthopedic college to try to give us a better life – I’m deeply and deeply grateful for that and really appreciate the sacrifices made on our behalf to give us a better life. “
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