GREEN BAY, Wis. – The old saying is that it’s better to be lucky than good. Aaron Rodgers has the gift these days of being both.
Look, I’m glad Rodgers is fine. I’m glad he didn’t end up in an emergency room – or worse. I’m glad he had people to look in on him, bring him food and boost his spirits with their calls and messages. But when fans welcome him back like the prodigal son, when CBS downplays or ignores why he spent the last 10 days at home, I worry about the damage he has done and continues to do.