Aaron Rodgers denies criticizing Jimmy Kimmel but does not apologize.

In an interview Tuesday on “The Pat McAfee Show,” Aaron Rodgers refused to apologize to Jimmy Kimmel for implying his name will surface on documents linking him to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

 The New York Jets quarterback denied accusing Kimmel of pedophilia.

“I’m not calling him one and neither should you,” Rodgers replied. “Let me clarify. No one's pleasure or delight bothers me.

Do not do that in my name. Do not do that. Those are significant accusations for list members.

“Some names came out recently from a 2005 deposition, but flight logs and other things will come out. I believe this corruption goes deep, as do most who have seen it. 

 I'm not calling him one. No one should. Do not use my name. Not cool. That’s not me.”

ESPN spokesperson Mike Foss called the statements foolish and misleading, as they appeared to retract last week's observations. ESPN and ABC are owned by Disney, which airs “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

Kimmel denied the claim by reposting “The Pat McAfee Show” piece on X. He launched his show Monday night with a seven-minute diatribe criticizing Rodgers’ “false and very damaging statement.”

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