• Rodgers reiterates he's fine with McCarthy

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 25, 2013
    McCarthy chalked it up to Rodgers being competitive and Rodgers said the same thing on his ESPN Milwaukee radio show Tuesday. As Rodgers came off the field, he had an intense exchange with McCarthy that was caught on camera and shown on the game broadcast. "I think any time you get into a situation where there's a change in rhythm and personnel and play calls, things like that, it's frustrating," McCarthy said after the game. During his weekly radio show on ESPN 540 in Milwaukee, Rodgers reiterated what he said after the game, calling it something that happens on occasion between two passionate and competitive people. “Mike and I have been together for a long time and had a lot of success together, a lot of big wins, a lot of fun on the field, in the meeting room, conversing during the weeks, and there’s a lot of mutual respect there and a lot of competitiveness and passion on both sides, and every now and then that passion collides and it’s something we talked about later and move forward together.”
    Source: ESPN.com
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