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VIDEO | Aaron Rodgers banned from ESPN... for a day

Good decision?

Emricka Moreau

Last week we reported to you the saga between host Jimmy Kimmel and New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Following several threats from both parties, the ESPN network had to intervene.

Yesterday during his television show The Pat McAfee show, Pat McAfee himself made it clear that Rodgers had gone too far when he was on the air on January 1. As reported by Collin Rugg, the ESPN network therefore made the decision to suspend the former Packers from its airwaves.

"There will be a lot of people who are happy with that, myself included to be honest with you. The way it ended, it got really loud. I am happy that he’s not going to be in my mentions going forward."

-Pat McAfee 


The very next day Rodgers was back on the McAfee show to talk about Belichick. McAfee said that “Aaron Rodgers Tuesday” was ending, but Rodgers returned on a Thursday. Also, McAfee specified that he would no longer be on air during the regular season, and the NFL is technically entering the postseason. 

Let's see how fans react to this. 

Source: Collin Rugg