Rodgers might not consider this a “distraction”

Jets owner Woody Johnson was asked if he was concerned about losing Aaron Rodgers after the speculation that the Jets QB might be Robert Kennedy Jr.’s vice presidential candidate in November’s election. Kennedy is running as an independent.

“He is getting back to football 100 percent,” Johnson told Fox News. “He never left football. That was a momentary distraction—maybe like going in the dark room or whatever. But he’s back 100 percent. Great leader. I tell the receivers: ‘You count to 10, hold your hands up and look around, the ball will be there.'”

Not sure Aaron Rodgers considered his darkness retreat last year in southern Oregon a “distraction.” He takes his holistic, spiritual approach to life very seriously, and just went on another Ayahuasca retreat in Costa Rica last month.

Plus when he came out of four days of reflective darkness at Sky Cave last year, he decided he wanted to keep playing football and clearly wanted to be traded to the Jets.

So the darkness retreat was certainly not a “distraction” for the Jets, but perhaps a blessing.


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