In the event that Aaron Rodgers joined the AFC East as a member of the New York Jets, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen offered a unique take on how to “kill the dragon.”
While appearing at a soccer charity event in Orange County, Calif., over the weekend, 26-year-old Allen spoke to Brandon Marshall on the “I’m A Sportsman” podcast, with the conversation edging toward Rodgers’ soccer future.
“I think he’s too competitive to do anything,” Allen said of the 39-year-old Green Bay Packers’ quarterback, who has yet to make up his mind about a potential 19th season.
When Marshall brought up the possibility of Rodgers entering the Allen Division, the former NFL receiver asked the Buffalo quarterback, “How do you kill that dragon?”
Allen laughed before responding, “Just keep some ayahuasca on hand.”
Rodgers has always been outspoken about his past drug use.
when appearing on the “Aubrey Marcus Podcast” Last summer, Rodgers explained how ayahuasca tea, a psychoactive tea that contains the hallucinogen DMT, helped improve his emotional health.
“For me, one of the fundamental tenets of your mental health is self-love,” Rodgers said.
“That’s what ayahuasca did for me, it was helping me figure out how to love myself unconditionally.”
In addition to speaking with Allen, Marshall also spoke with Rodgers over the weekend and pressed the former league MVP about his next move.
“Keep tuned. It won’t be long,” Rodgers said at the time.
Days later, however, Rodgers’ waiting game continued.
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Although the quarterback remains a member of the Packers as of Tuesday morning, the Jets are pushing to bring one of Rodgers’ favorite targets to New York, securing wide receiver Allen Lazard in free agency, ESPN reported.
Lazard, 27, has been with the Packers since 2018 and recorded a career high 60 receptions last year.
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