Hub Arkush didn’t think Aaron Rodgers was a clear candidate for this year’s MVP Award. “I don’t think you can be the biggest jerk in the league and punish your team, and your organization and your fan base the way he did and be the Most Valuable Player,”During an appearance on “The View,” he stated that he had said this during the interview.670 the Score” TMZ.
Rodgers was not afraid to raise a few eyebrows and was quick to respond. “I think he’s a bum,”Rodgers mentioned Arkush (via ESPN). “I think he’s an absolute bum. He doesn’t know me. I don’t know who he is; no one knew who he was, probably, until yesterday’s comments,”He continued. Rodgers may have taken the criticism so personally because Arkush, per TMZ, is one of the 50 voters who chooses the MVP. “His problem isn’t with me being a bad guy or the biggest jerk in the league. He doesn’t know me.”
Arkush addressed the matter later, saying: “The only thing I can do going forward is respect what I failed to respect last night, and just not talk about it anymore until after the awards have been given.”Although he did apologize for speaking about his plans to vote prior to the actual vote, he didn’t apologize for his feelings about Rodgers professionalism.
Rodgers claimed that he was initially a fugitive, but later he stated that he was. “immunized” in August 2021, it soon came to light that he never received a COVID-19 vaccine — a fact that garnered immense backlash, particularly because he was allowed to participate in NFL events that required vaccinations.