ESPN’s NFL Insider Dan Graziano brands Aaron Rodgers a ‘narcissistic con artist’ amid


  • Aaron Rodgers recently linked Jimmy Kimmel with the Jeffrey Epstein papers 
  • Rodgers sat out the NFL season after tearing his Achilles on opening night 
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ESPN’s NFL Insider Dan Graziano had harsh words for Aaron Rodgers, branding the Jets quarterback a ‘narcissistic con artist’ amid his feud with Jimmy Kimmel

Rodgers and Kimmel have become embroiled in a war of words after the four-time NFL MVP linked the TV host with the Jeffrey Epstein‘s papers, claiming on Pat McAfee’s ESPN show: ‘There’s a lot of people, including Jimmy Kimmel, who are hoping that list doesn’t come out.’

On Wednesday morning, Graziano appeared on ESPN’s radio show ‘Unsportsmanlike’ and berated the 40-year-old over his most recent controversy. 

‘I think Aaron’s sort of living down to his reputation in a lot of ways, as an attention-hungry, self-absorbed individual,’ Graziano said. 

‘You hear a lot of things about how he’s been in the Jets’ building since he got there, and they’re positive.

ESPN's Dan Graziano called Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers a 'narcissistic con artist'

ESPN’s Dan Graziano called Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers a ‘narcissistic con artist’  

Rodgers has been receiving backlash after linking Jimmy Kimmel with the Jeffrey Epstein list

Rodgers has been receiving backlash after linking Jimmy Kimmel with the Jeffrey Epstein list 

‘You know, con artists can be very convincing. I think if he’s got the Jets fooled about who he is, then that’s too bad and eventually they’ll pay the price for it. ‘

Graziano continued to suggest that Rodgers has developed a fake persona and that the team around him will eventually suffer the consequences. 

‘He’s obviously a liar and a narcissistic con artist who is bad for everything he touches,’ he reiterated. ‘I think ultimately the Jets will pay the price.’ 

McAfee revealed on Wednesday that Rodgers will no longer appear on his show over the remaining few weeks of the NFL season. 

Several sports media personalities have also addressed the subject, including NBA legend Charles Barkley, who said he would ‘punch Rodgers in the face‘ if the quarterback made the same comments about him. 

After threatening to sue Rodgers, Kimmel roasted the Jets quarterback on his late night show

After threatening to sue Rodgers, Kimmel roasted the Jets quarterback on his late night show

Charles Barkley said he 'would punch Rodgers in the face' if the remarks were made about him

Charles Barkley said he ‘would punch Rodgers in the face’ if the remarks were made about him

In what proved to be his final appearance on the Pat McAfee Show this season, Rodgers denied ever suggesting Kimmel was on the Epstein list

‘I totally understand how serious an allegation of pedophilia would be… so for him to be upset about that, I get it,’ Rodgers said. 

‘I’m not stupid enough, even though you think I’m an idiot, and you’ve made a lot of comments about my intelligence, but I’m not stupid enough to accuse you of that with absolutely zero evidence, concrete evidence. That’s ridiculous.’

Rodgers continued: ‘I’d like to put this to bed to move forward.’



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