Now that we’re in the offseason of football, the majority of the NFL world is wondering what in the world Aaron Rodgers is going to end up doing before the beginning of next season.
Many have speculated that he’s retiring, others are saying he’s gonna end up in Las Vegas to reunite with his former teammate and star wide receiver Davante Adams, and others are saying he’s gonna stay in Green Bay.
Of course, the only person who has those answers is Rodgers himself.
However, the funny part is how exactly he plans to find those answers…
A couple of weeks back, he told Pat McAfee on his show that he planned on taking an “isolation retreat,” which consisted of four days of complete darkness while taking the drug DMT:
“I think it’s going to be important to get through this week and then to take my isolation retreat and just be able to contemplate all things my future and then make a decision I feel like is best for me moving forward and in the highest interest of my happiness and move forward.
Four nights of complete darkness… It’s a darkness retreat. I’ve had a number of friends who’ve done it and had profound experiences.
It’s something that’s been on my radar for a few years now and thought it would be awesome to do regardless of where I was leaning after this season. It’s been on the calendar for months and months and months.”
With that being said, the date is 2/23/2023, and this officially marks the end of Rodgers’ “isolation retreat.”
Did he get the answers he was looking for? Probably not. He’ll probably get on The Pat McAfee Show teasing some “big news,” only for it to be about how he found his inner-self, and has nothing to do with football.
But I must admit, Twitter brought the jokes with this one: