Pat McAfee has publicly apologized to Aaron Rodgers for any controversies that may have arisen due to the quarterback’s appearances on “The Pat McAfee Show.” McAfee expressed his gratitude and apologized for any negative consequences that may have resulted from the platform’s discussions, specifically mentioning the recent “darkness retreat” conversations. Rodgers told McAfee he used psychedelic tea.
McAfee’s apology came after reports emerged that some individuals within the league or team believe Rodgers may be more trouble than he’s worth, ahead of his upcoming four-day retreat. In response to McAfee’s apology, Rodgers acknowledged the hot water they had gotten themselves into but also appreciated the opportunity to speak candidly on the show.
It is possible that Rodgers’ discussion of his use of psychedelic tea during the offseason may have contributed to the controversies surrounding his appearances on “The Pat McAfee Show.”
During the same conversation where McAfee apologized to Rodgers, the quarterback criticized NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Despite this, Rodgers stated that he has no regrets about his appearances on the show.
“It’s a great opportunity to share my thoughts on Tuesdays before the Wednesdays come around during the season. And I really enjoy it,” Rodgers told McAfee. “I think we’ve created an interview style that other people have tried to copy. And I think that’s a lot to be said for that. Because there’s some rawness to it. It’s not the bull—-, the robotic same standardization of answers that people do