After the Packers made the decision to fire Mike McCarthy on Sunday, Terry Bradshaw didn't waste any time dropping his theory on why McCarthy got fired.
During the Fox NFL postgame show, Bradshaw insinuated that it was mostly Aaron Rodgers' fault that the Packers decided to cut ties with their long-time head coach. Rodgers was asked about Bradshaw's comments this week and he clearly wasn't thrilled with the accusation made by the former Steelers quarterback.
"I don't have a reaction to that," Rodgers said via ESPN.com. "I don't need to respond to every pundit out there. I don't know many times I've got to stand here and tell you, I don't feel like I need to convince anybody about Mike and I's relationship."
Although there had been some reported tension this season between Rodgers and McCarthy, the Packers quarterback would like everyone to know that he had nothing to do with the team's decision to fire McCarthy and that he actually had a pretty tight relationship with his former coach.