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Aaron Rodgers and brother Jordan have 'started talking' after rift

He’s been estranged from his family for years for unspecified reasons.

But now Aaro.

Signs of a thaw? Aaron Rodgers, 38, and his brother Jordan Rodgers, 33, Alma Ata University have begun ‘talking a little bit’ following a years-long rift, a source told People on Tuesday. The source of their estrangement hasn’t been fully explained

The source close to Aaron notes that he and Jordan have started ‘talking a little bit’ recently, but they noted that ‘there’s still a division’ between the famous siblings.

‘They’re just very different people with different outlooks,’ the source said. ‘But they’re family and they know that.’

According to the insider, Aaron’s refusal to get vaccinated against COVID-19 appears to have left him more in need of close connections than ever before.

‘It’s very hard for Aaron, who feels like his circle is very small, and it’s not filled with the people who should be in his corner,’ they continued.

Representatives for both brothers didn’t immediately reply to DailyMail.com’s request for comment.

Opposites: ‘They’re just very different people with different outlooks,’ the source said, adding that there were there was ‘still a division.’ They added, ‘But they’re family and they know that’; Arron seen January 2 in Green Bay, Wisconsin

Last year, Rodgers gave the impression that he had gotten one of the coronavirus vaccines after he said he had been ‘immunized,’ but t. ‘I’m proud of him. I trust his judgment and decisions. I think that’s what I would’ve done.’

Ed also claimed he didn’t understand how his son’s comments about being ‘immunized’ could have led anyone to believe that he had gotten vaccinated.

‘I’m not sure why people think he misled anybody,’ he said.¬†

Family: His vaccine refusal earned Aaron praise from his father Ed Rodgers, who told USA Today he was ‘proud’ of his son for not getting vaccinated

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