Aaron Rodgers commented on his rift with brother Jordan Rodgers during an appearance Wednesday on the Aubrey Marcus Podcast, saying that he believes 'in healing' and 'the possibility of reconciliation at some point.'The Green Bay Packers quarterback, 38, commented on potentially moving forward with his sibling, as Jordan, 33, spoke about the dissension with Aaron when he appeared in 2016 on The Bachelorette, where he pursued eventual wife JoJo Fletcher, 31.According toUS Weekly, Aaron was not present when Jordan and JoJo wed this past May at the Sunstone Winery 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 that he believes 'in healing' and 'the possibility of reconciliation at some point''Many people have issues with family and deal with them in their own ways,' the NFL staple said. 'For me, I've always tried to deal with it quietly behind closed doors.'That hasn't always been the case or hasn't been good enough for a lot of people who want to write about it, or pick it apart, or talk about it, or even some things that my family has said or done over the years that's been public.' Rodgers said he's never been comfortable engaging publicly in discussion about his family dynamics.'To judge on the outside about what should be, or what it should look like, or who's wrong and who's right, it's just a game I've never wanted to play and still don't want to play,' he said.
Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher, who wed earlier this year, were snapped in LA in 2019 Rodgers said he's never been comfortable engaging publicly in discussion about his family dynamicsRodgers said the 'most important' factor.Read more on dailymail.co.uk