Colin Cowherd: “The last 48 hours I have seen Tom Brady and Giannis celebrate with their teammates. Brady was laughing and celebrating, and was such a good teammate and such a good dude. It was so funny, Gronk was there, is was so great. Family, the community, and the coaches, and the friends – IT WAS AWESOME. The day before I watched the most humble and grateful attitude in American sports, Giannis, who is impossible not to like… This morning I woke up and I was like ‘where is Aaron?’ With his Hollywood friends? Texting his media buddies to get his message out? Where is he?? Because the two guys I just watched – all I think about with Brady is ‘team, family, leadership, likeability, commitment, loyalty, connectability, fun, and joyful’, and I think of Giannis as ‘grateful, humble, and family, and friends’. When I think of Aaron this morning I think ‘disengaged, a little manipulative, a little petty, and a little vindictive.’ Am I wrong??... What separates Tom and Aaron is not the football stuff, it’s the LEADERSHIP stuff, it’s the ‘burrow through crap’ stuff... This waan't a good look for Aaron. (Full Video Above)
Listen to Colin Cowherd discuss the recent celebrations from Giannis Antetokounmpo reveling in his first NBA championship, and Tom Brady receiving his seventh Super Bowl ring, and why he thought the colorful and joyful moments of the Bucks victory parade and Bucs ring ceremony was an indictment on everything that Aaron Rodgers has failed to establish in Green Bay.
Check out the video above as Colin details why he thinks a ‘disengaged’, ‘manipulative’, and ‘petty’ Rodgers becomes even more glaringly apparent when his NFL rival, Brady, and his Milwaukee counterpart, Giannis, both are seen celebrating titles as ‘good guys’ and likeable heroes, while a passive-aggressive Aaron can't even commit to the upcoming season.