Aaron Rodgers hasn't spoken to his family since December of 2014 and some believe his struggles on the field could be tied to how he's changed personally.
"There's no explanation for him playing any worse," said the source who was cut off by Rodgers at a similar time and who wished to speak under the condition of anonymity. "People are trying to figure it out. He's a f--king head case. He knows he's doing the wrong thing, and he's so arrogant and prideful that he thinks he can separate his personal life from his professional life, even though all of us know that's impossible. You can't do that. You can do that in little spurts, like when Brett Favre went out and played amazingly when he loses his Dad. But when you're talking about real situations that aren't all of a sudden circumstantial and you f--k over good people, people you're supposed to love, it's a s--tty thing to do and you're going to get humbled.
"You can't live like that, man. The people who live like that end up getting f--ked over. That's kind of what's happening here, but he's so prideful and will never admit he's wrong. Ever."
Rodgers ranks 15th in passer rating this season after also finishing 15th in 2015. Previously, Rodgers was second in 2014, fifth in 2013, first in 2012 and 2010, fourth in 2009 and sixth in 2008.
"He completely, abruptly, 360 degrees changed into somebody else," the source said. "Think about it: He put himself on an island where he has no family. And you wonder why the dude can't do his job like he used to."