Aaron Rodgers is all about speaking his mind, and he’s not going to let someone talk smack without some sort of rebuttal. He’s at it again and taking aim at another member of the media.

Rodgers is coming at Boomer Esiason’s report that he plans to boycott the Super BOwl if the Packers make it to the big game. This resulted in quite a response from the controversial quarterback.

“Dumbest f***ing story ever,” Rodgers said. That is a very short, yet sweet way to deal with such an idea.

In case you didn’t know, Esiason said, “threaten the NFL by saying he won’t play in the big game or next season if they don’t eliminate some of the COVID-related rules.”


This isn’t the first time that Rodgers had to deal with the media. He took aim at Hub Arkush who said that Rodgers “punished” his team and the Packers fans with all of his pre-season drama as well. After saying “I think he’s a bad guy,” the Bears reporter also said that he doesn’t think bad guys should be MVPs. Rodgers called Arkush “a bum in response.”

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