"Fame can change things", Ed Rodgers told the newspaper.
The public first became aware of a rift in the Rodgers family when Aaron's younger brother, Jordan, appeared as a contestant on ABC's reality show The Bachelorette last summer.
"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", he said.
Though he called the national story involving his family's feud, "weird", Ed added, "It's good to have it all come out".
But although Jordan's parents, his older brother Luke, Luke's girlfriend Arielle Snyder, and JoJo spent the holiday time together, Aaron, 33, was absent for the family affair.
Giving an update on the current state of their relationship, Ed said, "It's complicated..." But for families that are already (somewhat) in the spotlight, being on a reality dating TV show doesn't seem that insane, and so it was for Jordan Rodgers.
He hinted that Aaron Rodgers is not on speaking terms with his family, saying "it's hard to tell sometimes" if Aaron is warming back up to them.
Aaron Rodgers led the Green Bay Packers to a playoff victory against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night, but there were several important people who were not cheering him on in the stands - his family. "We're all hoping for the best".
And when JoJo met Jordan's family in Chico, CA, Ed hinted at the tension, revealing, "Fame can change you". Of course, this meant that the entire world heard about Aaron and Jordan Rodgers' drama. "He's going through great precautions not to make things worse", the insider close to Rodgers told the magazine.
Even as it became a storyline of Jordan's reality TV tenure, he seemed reluctant to get into it, and still hasn't offered many specifics.