(Photo : Mike Stobe/Getty Images) FLORHAM PARK, NEW JERSEY – Aaron Rodgers (#8) of the New York Jets run drills throughout coaching camp at Atlantic Health Jets Training Center on July 20, 2023 in Florham Park, New Jersey.
New York Jets star Aaron Rodgers had already made his emotions about Denver Broncos coach Sean Payton recognized for assaults on his workforce’s offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett.
However, he’s not but carried out with him. He will rip the present Broncos caretaker much more if he has his means.
“I still got a lot more to say, [but] I don’t need to,” Rodgers stated throughout an look at FanDuel TV.
“I stand by everything that I said. There is a way of handling things, and probably a way not to. Sometimes you say something really stupid, it warrants an apology, and sometimes you don’t apologize. Everybody’s entitled to their opinion. Sean’s entitled to his opinion, I’m entitled to mine.”
“Sometimes you say something stupid and need to apologize.”@AaronRodgers12 says he has plenty more to say about Sean Payton’s comments.
— Up & Adams (@UpAndAdamsPresent) July 31, 2023
Payton got here underneath hearth for calling Hackett’s stint as Denver coach the worst in NFL historical past and blaming him for the drop of Russell Wilson’s profession.
Rodgers, who joined the Jets this summer season with Hackett, lately referred to as Payton insecure for the feedback and advised him to “keep my coaches’ names out of his mouth.”
Payton responds to Rodgers’s feedback
Payton apologized for what he stated, explaining that he felt he was nonetheless working as a Fox commentator when he dropped these phrases.
As for Rodgers’ name out, he solely stated, “No. We’re previous it.”
The New York Giants will meet the Denver Broncos on October 9.
With phrases that lower deep, it is going to be fascinating to see if the 2 are actually previous it.
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