Aaron Rodgers

Rodgers called in to pay his respects to Patriots' head coach Bill Belichick.
The sports talk show host admitted the New York Jets player’s opinions “piss off a lot of people.”
The NFL star said he suggested Kimmel didn’t want the list revealed because it would expose Hollywood corruption, the talk show host's real worry.
The late-night host fired back at the New York Jets quarterback, accusing him of pushing conspiracy theories about him.
During an episode of “The Pat McAfee,” Jets quarterback Aaron Rodger implied that Jimmy Kimmel would be affected by the list of names associated with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Rodgers told sports show co-hosts Pat McAfee and A.J. Hawk that Kimmel is "really hoping" an upcoming list of Epstein associates doesn't comes out.
The injured Jets quarterback was caught on video hinting that an epic comeback was near as the team faltered on Monday Night Football.
The Jets quarterback proposed having the independent presidential candidate in his corner and the former White House pandemic adviser in Kelce's.
The Kansas City Chiefs player mocked his fellow NFL star with a witty reference to the New York Jets' owner.
The injured Jets quarterback proved to be a right-wing parrot as he blasted the Chiefs tight end on "The Pat McAfee Show."