“You should be ashamed”- ESPN personality Molly Qerim gets THRASHED on social media for criticizing Aaron Rodgers’ darkness-retreat activity
The Packers QB Aaron Rodgers spent four days in a 300 square foot room in Oregon.
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Aaron Rodgers recently finished his darkness retreat after spending multiple days inside a 300-square-foot room in Oregon per reports. The 39-year-old reportedly did that for the well-being of his mental health before he could make a decision about his future in football. Many people criticized the Packers quarterback’s decision to lock himself up in a small room in Oregon, including Molly Qerim.
Rodgers went to Oregon to clear his mind before he can make a decision about his future in the league. According to multiple reports, the Packers QB is a big name in this off-season. Even though the former Super Bowl Champion is still contracted with the Packers, he holds the power when it comes to deciding his future. And now, after finishing his darkness retreat, Rodgers is expected to make his decision soon.
Amidst this situation, ESPN personality Molly Qerim has come under fire for making fun of Aaron Rodgers‘ multiple days of darkness retreat. During a recent episode of First Take on ESPN, Qerim questioned the Packers QB’s decision to involve in this activity.
“Making $60 million next year if he stays (in Green Bay) and spending your free time in a 300-square-foot darkroom. Someone explain that to me,” said Qerim on Thursday’s edition of First Take.
Social media rips Molly Qerim over her Aaron Rodgers criticism
NFL fans on social media didn’t like Molly Qerim’s comments about Aaron Rodgers’ personal decision. The fans let her know that Rodgers was dealing with his mental health and shouldn’t be criticized for it.
During the first week of February, the 10-time Pro Bowl QB Aaron Rodgers announced on the Pat McAfee Show that he will be going on a darkness retreat to get clarity about his life path.“I’ve got a pretty cool opportunity to do a little self-reflection in some isolation, and then after that, I feel like I’ll be a lot closer to a final, final decision,” said the 4-time All-Pro QB on the Pat McAfee Show.
Nevertheless, the former Super Bowl MVP has now returned from Oregon and will focus on making a decision moving forward. There are multiple teams, including the New York Jets and the Las Vegas Raiders, that are interested in signing Rodgers to their team. However, the Packers also want Aaron Rodgers back per multiple reports. In the upcoming days, the QB will announce his decision. Until then, fans have to wait, hoping Rodgers would choose their team to lead.