GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It's not often that Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers publicly berates a teammate. It was relatively easy to avoid lashing out last season when Rodgers had 45 touchdown passes and just six interceptions, a year that concluded with his winning the NFL's Most Valuable Player award.
But with Green Bay's offense struggling by comparison so far this season, Rodgers became very upset and animated with wide receiver James Jones during the Packers' 23-10 win over the Chicago Bears in Week 2. In the second half of that game, Rodgers threw an interception on a pass intended for Jones and was visibly frustrated as the two approached the sideline.
On Tuesday, Jones met with the media and said Rodgers has since talked with him about what happened on the field following the interception.
"He apologized, said he's sorry for showing his emotions," Jones said of Rodgers. "But I was like, Ain't no need to apologize' We're trying to win. I messed up. Frustration happens. It's all...