Fans are waiting with bated breath on Aaron Rodgers’ decision to retire or continue playing. Will he announce it this week on the Pat McAfee show?
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers still has yet to make his retirement decision. Maybe we’ll find out today. Maybe we’ll find out tomorrow. Or maybe he’ll keep us strung along for another week or more. His definition of the word, “soon,” is very mysterious.
The last time Rodgers appeared on the show, he made it clear no decision had been made yet. Since then, Rodgers went on a darkness retreat and resolved virtually nothing.
He’s appeared on the Aubrey Marcus podcast to talk about that retreat, but his appearance there gave no clear resolution to the question of the future of his playing career and focused more heavily on the (perceived and anecdotal) benefits of the darkness retreat.
Is Aaron Rodgers on Pat McAfee show today, March 7th?
While we don’t know the official answer on the guest list lined up for March 7th on the Pat McAfee show, it doesn’t sound like Rodgers was in the plans on Monday.
“Woah woah woah, I have not said [Rodgers will be speaking on the show on Tuesday],” McAfee said at the close of Monday’s live stream. “We do not know if that’s the case. Aaron Rodgers Tuesday is just during the season.”
But he did make it clear that he’s extremely excited to hear of his decision. “We do not expect or know if that’s gonna be taking place, but the time is coming pretty soon to hear what he’s up to and that’s the next domino to fall.”
Typically, Aaron Rodgers holds a Tuesday or Wednesday slot on the Pat McAfee show. He did not speak on the show last week, and he rarely misses consecutive weeks, so him missing again this week would be somewhat unexpected, though as McAfee said, the routine Tuesday appearance is an in-season thing.
Rodgers, though, may want to take hold of his own news and announce it on a medium as alternative as the Pat McAfee show. While it seems genuine that McAfee doesn’t know if Rodgers is appearing, you can bet that if he calls up on Tuesday and wants to come on, the show will make some time for him.
What time does Aaron Rodgers usually come on Pat McAfee show?
Generally, when Aaron Rodgers appears on the Pat McAfee show, it has been around 1 p.m. ET. The show starts around noon and ends at 3 p.m. ET.
You can watch the live stream on The Pat McAfee Show YouTube channel.