Aaron Rodgers wants to know if you “believe” in 9/11

Infamous faux-scientist and playoff failure Aaron Rodgers is back in the headlines again, not only for playing below .500 football, but because a former backup quarterback has spoken up to let people know that in their first meeting, Rodgers asked him if he “believed” in 9/11. Deshone Kizer, a Notre Dame graduate who played under Rodgers for a season, was encouraged to “read up on that” after wondering why Rodgers would question the terrorist attacks in the first place.

Perhaps the reason that Rodgers can’t form healthy relationships with his young wide receivers is that he continues to ask them about a second gunman in JFK’s execution.