"There's no [other] explanation for him playing any worse."
According to a new report by Bleacher Report, Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers hasn't spoken to his brothers or his parents in over two years and some suspect it's taking a toll on his professional life.
"There's no [other] explanation for him playing any worse," the source said. "People are trying to figure it out. He's a fucking head case. He knows he's doing the wrong thing, and he's so arrogant and prideful that he thinks he can separate his personal life from his professional life, even though all of us know that's impossible. You can't do that. You can do that in little spurts, like when Brett Favre went out and played amazingly when he loses his Dad. But when you're talking about real situations that aren't all of a sudden circumstantial and you fuck over good people, people you're supposed to love, it's a shitty thing to do and you're going to get humbled."
"You can't live like that, man. The people who live like that end up getting f--ked over. That's kind of what's happening here, but he's so prideful and will never admit he's wrong. Ever."
One of Rodgers' brothers Jordan appeared on the last season of the Bachelorette and revealed that he doesn't have much of a relationship with Aaron, although the Packers QB rarely talks about his family life.
Bleacher Report's article also revealed that Aaron hasn't spoken to his immediate family since December 2014, and when his parents tried to send him and his girlfriend, Olivia Munn, a gift for Christmas that year the presents were sent back to them a month later.
"Immediate family members don't even have his cellphone number. When Mom and Dad sent Christmas presents to the quarterback and his girlfriend that year, the source said, those gifts were mailed back in February. He was set to be the groomsman in the wedding of one of his closest friends, the source said, and texted the day before he couldn't attend."
"He didn't attend his grandfather's funeral—the same grandfather he once called before every game."
"He fired a business manager he's known since high school."
While it's apparent that Rodgers has some major issues with his immediate family, for whatever reason, those within his Packers family say he has remained happy and professional around the team.
"He's always happy. Always conversational," Guion said. "He's always in a good mood. I've never really seen him in a bad mood. Even after a loss, he comes in and works harder. He's a lot stronger and tougher than people probably think or know he is."
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