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NFL player Aaron Rodgers (L) and actress Olivia Munn at the DirecTV and Pepsi Super Saturday Night featuring Red Hot Chili Peppers at Pier 70 Feb. 6, 2016 in San Francisco. Getty Images

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was accused of changing after he rose to fame in the NFL after his father, Ed, did an interview with the New York Times Sunday. But don’t expect the football star to respond to the family feud. Rodgers doesn’t want his family drama to escalate.

“Aaron has never wanted want to air this out in a public forum. He’s going through great precautions not to make things worse,” an insider told People Magazine Tuesday. “You’re not going to see him on Oprah crying about all of this. He will deal with his family issues privately.”

Fans first found out about the apparent feud when his brother, Jordan, appeared on Season 12 of “The Bachelorette” with JoJo Fletcher. “It’s just the way he’s chosen to do life,” Jordan said on the show about the estrangement. “I chose to stay close with my family and my parents and my brother [Luke].”

Aaron Rodgers, 33, didn’t watch his brother on reality television. “I haven’t seen the show, to be honest with you, so it hasn’t really affected me a whole lot,” the quarterback told ABC’s WISN-TV in July. “As far as those kinds of things go, I’ve always found that it’s a little inappropriate to talk publicly about some family matters, so I’m just — I’m not going to speak on those things, but I wish him well in the competition.”

The NFL star hasn’t talked to his family since 2014-- just after he started to date girlfriend Olivia Munn. “Fame can change things,” Ed Rodgers told the Times. “It’s complicated... we're all hoping for the best.” He added: “Airing public laundry is not what I would have chosen, but it's good to have it all come out.”

The Green Bay Packers will take on the Atlanta Falcons at the NFL Conference Championships at Georgia Dome in Atlanta Sunday at 3:05 p.m. EST on Fox.

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