Roger Goodell could be on Aaron Rodgers‘ Line 1 very soon … ’cause Shannon Sharpe says he expects the NFL commish to call the Packers star after the QB admitted to using psychedelics earlier this week.
“I’m sure the NFL is probably going to give him a call and say, ‘That’s not a good look,'” the Hall of Fame tight end said Thursday.
If you missed it, Rodgers said on the most recent episode of the “Aubrey Marcus Podcast” that if he hadn’t had a psychedelic experience in South America after ingesting the ayahuasca plant — which contains DMT — he might not have won the NFL’s MVP award the past two seasons.
Aaron Rodgers Credits Psychedelic Ayahuasca Plant For 'Best Season Of My Career'
Rodgers raved over the plant brew’s psychoactive effects … saying he “had a magical experience” that helped lead him to become a better person and football player.
Sharpe says he has no issues with Rodgers’ trip — though he told us out at LAX he’s fairly confident the NFL probably ain’t feeling the same way.
“I don’t know the NFL is too happy about him taking hallucinogenics,” Sharpe said … before adding, “I’m sure the commissioner is going to reach out and have a conversation with him.”
Sharpe says it’s unclear to him if the NFL could ultimately punish Rodgers over it all.
But, again, the former Broncos star reiterated he’s glad it all worked out for A-Rodge.
“It seems weird to me,” he said, “but whatever helps a person become a better person and find his inner self — I’m cool with it.”
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