If you following the NFL, you have almost certainly heard of Adam Schefter and Ian Rapoport, as they are generally the reporters who seem to report breaking news quicker than anyone else. But, when it comes to their reporting about Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, you may want to take what Schefter and Rapoport say with a grain of salt. On Tuesday, Rodgers joined the crew on The Pat McAfee Show, and he called out the two NFL insiders, saying they “don't know sh(expletive)” about him.
Aaron Rodgers calls out Schefter and Rapoport
If you missed it, Rapoport disclosed on Sunday that Rodgers would commence his 4-day darkness retreat on Monday, but it didn't materialize. This was apparent as Rodgers appeared on the Pat McAfee Show on Tuesday, participating in his weekly segment with Pat McAfee and A.J. Hawk. During the show, Rodgers took a moment to criticize individuals who, according to him, have reported inaccurate information about him. Have a look.
Why it Matters
Rodgers' recent comments on The Pat McAfee Show have sparked a conversation about the reliability of NFL insiders such as Adam Schefter and Ian Rapoport. While these reporters have a reputation for breaking news quickly, Rodgers has called into question their accuracy when it comes to reporting on him. The incident highlights the importance of taking news and information from multiple sources, and not relying solely on one or two reporters. As the NFL season continues, it will be interesting to see how this situation develops and how it impacts the way fans and media consume and interpret NFL news.