In case you have not yet heard, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has already made plans for after the Super Bowl. On Tuesday, Rodgers joined the crew on the Pat McAfee Show and he revealed that he will be going on a four-day “darkness” retreat, which will include staying in a house in an undisclosed location, where he will be sensory deprived, and he will probably hallucinate. On Wednesday, Detroit Lions RB Jamaal Williams joined the Super Bowl Live show on ESPN, and he had a hilarious response to Rodgers' “darkness” retreat.
Jamaal Williams weighs in on Aaron Rodgers' “darkness” retreat
When asked for his thoughts about Rodgers going on his darkness retreat, Williams had a hilarious response, saying he, himself, is “already in the dark.”
“I'm already in the dark 'cause when I go home, I turn on my blinds and stuff like I'm in the Batman cave, and that's how I play video games. So, I'm already in the dark… for me, you know, I'm cool. Aaron, you know, let him do his thing. He got some, he on some other type and I love it too because I love him. So I just love that he's doing this dark, this darkness thing. Let it go. Stay there for like 2 months, please. Let people really be worried.”
Folks, please hit me up if you EVER see Williams doing an interview because he is MUST-WATCH TV!!!