Aaron Rodgers didn’t hold back during his first appearance on The Pat McAfee Show in 2024. The 40-year-old New York Jets quarterback made controversial statements, suggesting that late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel, a Disney employee, is linked to Jeffrey Epstein, and claimed that the NFL is rigged.
Rodgers argued that the NFL is predetermined based on the colors of the Super Bowl 58 logo, which are red and purple, representing the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens, respectively. He hinted that if the Super Bowl involves Baltimore and San Francisco, Super Bowl 59’s emblem should have Jet green on it.
“If the Super Bowl Baltimore and San Fran, I’ll tell you what, that Super Bowl 59 emblem better have Jet green on it. I know you’ve seen that one, Connor, that’s a real interesting one,” Rodgers said.
When co-host ‘Boston Connor’ attempted to steer away from the conspiracy, Rodgers continued, linking it to the rumored “Epstein list” set to be released. He mentioned that many, including Jimmy Kimmel, are hoping the list doesn’t come out.
These controversial statements on Disney-owned airwaves may raise questions about Rodgers’ future appearances and how Disney responds to the insinuations about one of their employees being associated with a convicted sex trafficker, Jeffrey Epstein.