Colin Cowherd: "Aaron, lots of people have tried this psychedelic tea; they’re called hippies, burnouts, and affluent White people with too much time on their hands, and nobody in their life to call out their crap. Aaron has no owner, no real relationship with his brother, or his parents, and no wife. I’m semi-serious here, but I like my pro athletes to be married to strong women – they call you out on your crap. I got into an argument with a friend last week and my wife told me right to my face ‘be a man, Colin, don’t be passive-aggressive’, she was right, I was wrong. Had I been single I would have become self-absorbed pointing fingers. Kevin Durant has had some weird decisions in recent years… if he was married and went to his wife and said ‘I’m going to leave Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Steve Kerr, the best GM/owner in the league, and I’m going to go play with Kyrie Irving' his wife would have said ‘get on the damn phone, have lunch, figure it out, you’re leaving by yourself.' Kyrie Irving: ‘I’ M NOT GETTING VAXXED!’ I believe if Kyrie Irving was married his wife would have said ‘get to a damn pharmacy, you’re part of a team, get over yourself.’ James Harden, Aaron Rodgers – rich, getting older, single, no woman to hold you accountable. You look at those Super Bowls, a lot of married dudes. Mannings are married, Brady is married, Russell Wilson married… Big Ben was in all sorts of trouble when he wasn’t married. My takeaway on Kyler Murray this offseason – dude needs to get married. Maybe I’m semi-serious but women hold us accountable. Guys when they get rich, older, and single get really self-absorbed. Who holds Aaron accountable? No owner in Green Bay to call him on his crap, or fake Hollywood friends aren’t going to do it.” (Full Segment Above)
Listen to Colin Cowherd discuss Aaron Rodgers’ recent remarks crediting his usage of a psychedelic brew called ayahuasca to winning the last two MVPs, as Colin ripped Rodgers for his self-absorbed brag.
Check out the segment above as Colin details why he thinks the marital status of players like Aaron Rodgers, James Harden, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, and Kyler Murray, all currently unmarried, may be playing a role in their drama-filled careers considering they don’t have someone in their life constantly calling them out on their petulant BS.