Aaron Rodgers is getting more candid about his personal life than ever before.
The notoriously private Green Bay Packers quarterback addresses recent headlines about himself in a new interview with ESPN, including his breakup with actress Olivia Munn. Rodgers slams critics who couldn't separate his professional career from his personal life.
"When you are living out a relationship in the public eye, it's definitely ... it's difficult," he says of his nearly three-year relationship with Munn, which a source close to the actress told ET ended in March. "It has some extra constraints, because you have other opinions about your relationship, how it affects your work and, you know, just some inappropriate connections."
But Rodgers says he has no plans of retiring from football any time soon.
"I'd love to go back at least a few more times," he says about the Super Bowl, though he surprisingly claims it wouldn't bother him if he only ended up winning one championship ring during his career. "But at some point, my career's going to be over, and I'm going to move on and do other things and be excited about that chapter in my life."
"Sports will always be a part of my life, but I don't have a desire to coach them or broadcast," he adds.
For more on Rodgers and Munn's split, watch the video below: