Quarterback Aaron Rodgers may have led the Green Bay Packers to a narrow victory during Sunday night’s playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys, but his family did not share in the celebration. According to a new interview with The New York Times published Sunday, Ed Rodgers confirmed that he’s not on speaking terms with his son following the 32-year-old NFL star’s rise in popularity. Word of the family’s rift became public knowledge last spring when the quarterback’s younger brother Jordan appeared on JoJo Fletcher‘s season of The Bachelorette.
If the Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots both win on Sunday, Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady would meet in the Super Bowl for the first time . On Tuesday, the New England QB revealed to WEEI that he is an Aaron Rodgers fanboy. "I think he does things that no one in the league has ever done, or can do, just because of his physical ability," Brady said on WEEI.
Draymond Green defends. LeBron James said Sunday that he doesn’t feel like his Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors are really “rivals.” Sure, the two teams have squared off in the last two NBA Finals, with each team winning once.