Colin Cowherd isn’t convinced Aaron Rodgers has nothing to do with some stories swirling around about him recently.
The latest headline grab surrounding the Packers QB stemmed from a report that he was planning on skipping the Super Bowl to protest the NFL’s rules against unvaccinated players around the league.
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However, Colin Cowherd has a conspiracy theory. The FS1 host thinks Aaron Rodgers might be behind the scenes creating misinformation reports in order to continue to de-legitimize the media.
“Is it possible that someone in Aaron Rodgers’ camp is trying to create, when criticism gets hot, a little misinformation campaign which he can use to validate the inaccuracy of the media,” Cowherd asked his listeners on his podcast.
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Aaron Rodgers continued to slam the Super Bowl boycott report during his appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show” this week.
“I’ve given a lot less f—s the last couple years but 1 thing I do give a major f—k about is ridiculous narratives about me. I’m gonna boycott the Super Bowl.. that’s the dumbest s—t I’ve heard,” he said.
Sure, I supposed Colin Cowherd’s theory could be possible. But I have a feeling Aaron Rodgers has a lot bigger things to worry about right now than his rift with mainstream media.
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