Greg Jennings Apologized to Aaron Rodgers in Post-Game Discussion, at Least According to James Jones
On his weekly radio show Thursday on 101.1 FM WIXX in Green Bay, Green Bay Packers wide receiver James Jones divulged what quarterback Aaron Rodgers has yet refused to do, and that’s share details of the post-game conversation between Rodgers and Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings following the Packers’ 44-31 win this past Sunday.
Jones’ third-person account doesn’t translate well into text, but the gist of it was that Jennings apologized to Rodgers. Per Jones:
He said that Greg walked by him, and Greg grabbed him, and Aaron said, all Aaron said was, ‘Good luck. Stay healthy.’ That’s when Greg grabbed him again, and he said, he said, ‘I’m sorry for all the things I said.’ And Aaron was like, ‘Yeah, that was kind of messed up.’ And Aaron said that was the last thing he said, and then he tried to walk away and that’s when Greg grabbed him again, and I don’t know if he kind of saw Aaron’s face and he was like, ‘No man, for real, man. I’m sorry for all the things I said.’ So Aaron was saying he was just apologizing.
Here’s post-game footage of Jennings talking to Rodgers: