Aaron Rodgers

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Aaron Rodgers plays quarterback for the Green Bay Packers. He played back-up quarterback for Brett Favre for three years before he became the starting quarterback in 2008. Rodgers led Green Bay to the Super Bowl XLV and that year was named the Super Bowl MVP.

Rodgers played college football at the University of California, Berkeley, where he set several career passing records, including lowest single-season and career interception rates. He was picked in the first round (24th overall) of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Packers.


Pro Bowl 2009, 2011, 2012

First-team All-Pro 2011

Second-team All-Pro 2012


Super Bowl XLV Champion

Super Bowl XLV MVP


Green Bay Packers, Inc.
P.O. Box 10628
Green Bay, WI 54307-0628


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Can you come see my family we are big packers fans. One of my family members owns a heated room.

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Hey there Aaron, I saw your website itsaaron.com and I thought it was the best thing in the world. My grandfather passed away from cancer when I was only 3 years. He was everything to me, when I saw that website it lifted a burden off of me because I saw that other people were getting help and I should move on and focus on my football career for him. He was a die hard football fan and wanted to see nothing more than me play my first game. If you could please say my name in your next football game, I'm sure that my grandfather and myself would love it more than anything in the world. I live in Lubbock, TX. Have a great day and play a great game. Don't tell any other packers, but you, Jordy and Eddie are my goals. Eddie Lacy is my dream, I try to play my games how he plays his.

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No matter what happens Aaron Rodgers you're still going to be one of my favorite quarterbacks! And I've been a Packers fan since I was a little kid so just go out there and play the game you love man! It would great if the Packers win the Superbowl.. cuz let's face it.. I don't think anyone wants the Patriots to win again haha much love to all the Packers who go out there and bust their ass every time they play!

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You and the team played hard all the way to the end. Great job Aaron for all your amazing skills that you contribute in the most vital situations. You will for sure 100% be in the hall of fame. You are the meaning of Hail Mary, MVP, and much more beyond what words can describe. You have always inspired me to be an amazing football play but also a good teammate. You have the chance to do anything you want to do on the field. You will always be looked as the best name in football history. Your skills are beyond what words can describe. I have never seen a person with the abilities to do what you do, and you do it so flawlessly. You should be proud of how far you got this season. It was truly a team effort. This season you had your ups and downs but I still had fate in you when others might of not. Even though you didn't make it to the conference finals you will always still be my favorite player in the history of Football. Last year it was so amazing to see you play in person against the Cowboys. Later this year you will have all of your players back and it is a new season. I think you have the capabilities of winning every game in the preseason, regular season, and playoffs. You are on amazing athlete and I really wanted to congratulate you on all that you have done. GoPackGo and hope that you go undefeated next season. Good luck From Andrew Hrncir

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Dear Aaron my name is Jessica Herbert. I wanted to get a message to u even tho I know u are a very busy man. My fiancé Michael Soto was truly your biggest fan. He was a packers fan since he was 11years old. Unfortunately he passed away this Monday morning from stage 4 bladder cancer. Watching u and the pack brought him much joy and he never missed a game. I wanted to get in touch with us while he was still here. However he was to prideful and didn't want people to feel sorry for him because he had cancer. I would c it as an honor to maybe meet u if it is ever at all possible. I sincerly hope u get this message. #12#go pack go#packerfanforlife

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Aaron, I am doing a school assignment on your high school youth group leader, Matt, Hock. The paper is on people who have integrity so I looked into having you be my main topic. I did some research and traced you back to Matt. I have a few questions that I would like to ask you. Do you feel like Matt's teachings got to you, and do you think that they are the reason you are such a nice and religious person today.

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My best friend bought tickets for this game because of the Packers. She is the biggest cheese head I have ever met. We came to our first game in December packers vs cowboys had a blast. Would really love to see her meet any of the Packers players she would be amazed. Thanks for b your help.

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Dear Aaron,

I’ve spent my entire life as a miserable Detroit Lions’ fan and I thought that the lowest point for us Lions’ fans was when they set the bar high by being the only team in NFL history to go 16-0…. That is 16 losses and 0 wins. The Lions’ organization proved me wrong during an event they call “A Taste of the Lions.” This was supposed to be a charity event that allowed season ticket holders to meet players, get their autographs, and have a good time…. However, this pitiful organization failed to mention that the $150 entry fee didn’t allow you to meet most of the players that most Lions’ fans would actually want to meet. The Lions did flat out say that you could not bring anything with you to the event to be signed; thus, forcing you to spend more money by forcing you to buy something to have autographed. This didn’t include, nor did the Lions’ say that in order to see your favorite players, that you had to spend another $150 to be a VIP in order to see the likes of Golden Tate, Matthew Stafford, DeAndre Levy, Ziggy Ansah, and other players like that. To top it off, the Lions added another $175 fee just to see Stafford and Tate, get one autograph a piece, and one picture a piece. That’s $475 for a single person, not including anything that was bought in order to have autographed. For me and my fiancé to attend this event it would have been over $1000.00 easily if we would have known how poorly it was managed by the Lions.
To top it off they rotated players so that they were not actually signing autographs for even 2 hours. Of the 3 hour event, from 6:30-9:30, they were actually signing autographs from approximately 6:30-7:10pm and then from 7:30-8:15, but they had been rotated, you couldn’t find anybody because not only did they rotate them out but they were moved to different locations. Some of the players that were supposed to be there never even showed up and none of the staff that were asked knew where they were supposed to be. The players were actually around signing autographs for a total about 1.5 hours out of the 3 hours, and the majority of the players didn’t even bother attending the event for those that did not purchase the VIP or spend any of the extra money to see them. It was a waste of time because if they would have said that none of the big name players would be seen without the purchase of the VIP package, then I would have purchased the VIP package, but the Lions’ failed to mention any of this to us season ticket holders. The Detroit Lions’ is a pitiful organization; they can’t even hold a season ticket holder event in a well-organized manor, so it’s easy to see how they ended up going 0-16 and even though I am a lifelong Lions’ fan I hope they go 0-16 again because they don’t deserve to have any success. I completely understand why Barry Sanders and Calvin Johnson would rather retire early than spend another moment with the Lions organization.
It’s bad enough that I have troubles moving around as a disabled veteran, having spent approximately 4.5 years in the Marines, but I had to run around trying to catch players before they moved yet again. We actually caught up to Devin Taylor at about 8:25pm and he said that he was not allowed to sign my ball because the Detroit Lions’ organization would not allow him to give us an autograph at that time. We never saw Stafford, Tate, Ansah, Levy, Reddick, amongst other players, but some of them were seen by other people that had paid and extra $150 per person. The whole reason I went to this was to meet and get the autograph of all of the people that the Lions’ didn’t bother saying that we had to be VIP’s to meet them.
I am a disabled veteran, who has had multiple surgeries, have a disability rating of 90%, and I was such a big enough fan that I used some of my disability reimbursement to pay for my fiancé and I to come to the event, and if I would have known that the Lions’ were going to screw us over as bad as they did I would have spent more of my monthly disability pension to see the players that I went there to see. The Lions’ did not inform us that they would be screwing the rest of us over, so we ended up spending close to $1,000.00 to end up meeting a couple big name players, only a couple of which I wanted to meet, and missed the remainder of the players that I had the intention on meeting; I also missed work to rest my back from an injury sustained while serving in the Marines while in Iraq so that I could meet Ansah, Levy, Tate, Calvin Johnson, Ngata, and the rest of each of the teams: Offense, Defense, Special Teams, and Alumni. I would have to say that Ngata and A’Shawn Robinson, along with all of the alumni were the most down to earth, especially Ron Rice… Ron Rice was by far the nicest football player there and he was THE ONLY person that asked me what my name was.
This event made me want to become a New England fan because my fiancé is one. This way New England would be my number 1 team, and after Brandon Pettigrew and Eric Ebron acted like a Pre-Madonna’s towards my fiancé after they, and the rest of the Lions,’ quit signing autographs early (Signing for about a total of 1.5 hours at the max out of the 3.5 hours), after Devin Taylor refused to sign a football telling us that it was the organization that WOULDN’T allow him to sign his name after they quit early, among several other Lions that were still around but couldn’t, or wouldn’t sign their names… which would take a whole 10 seconds out of their life… Hey! You selfish pricks! Why don’t you compare that 10 seconds that you couldn’t take to sign an autograph for us after you got paid several million dollars to go out and drop footballs like the one in the playoffs that cost us the game… Not just the one where “Pass Interference” wasn’t called; I’m referring to one of the other several hundred balls that the two of you have dropped. Every Lions’ fan wanted Aaron Donald over Ebron; THEY STILL DO! 10 seconds of your life to sign your name verses the almost 5 years that I spent in the United States Marine Corps and all of the deployments that came along with it! You had to throw a hissy-fit over 10 seconds, when I spent the better portion of 10 years serving my country… What have you ever done for yours? What was that? Nothing? Well excuse me for taking up all of your precious time. Sincerely from the bottom of my heart, I am sorry that I came to your “Charity Event” that your star players couldn’t even show up to. Your whole team is a pathetic excuse for a football team and a sorry excuse for what are supposed to be “men.” I spent longer than 3 hours trying to hunt players down for autographs and they kept disappearing after spending their 30 minutes sitting at a table and then disappearing… The Alumni, “REAL MEN” approximately 30-50 years older than these new Lions’ players were out signing autographs before these Lions’ Players and they were still signing autographs and mingling with us fans well after the current Lions’ Players had quit.
I have been a Lions fan my entire life. I went out of my way to watch them get humiliated every chance that I could on the Armed Forces Network while I was deployed. I went to 6 games the year the Lions went 0-16. I can’t even count how many Lions’ games I have even been to anymore. I didn’t think the Lions’ could get any lower than they were in 2008, when they went 0-16, but last night the Lions’ organization did it… I sincerely hope you go 0-16, most of you lose your jobs, and any respectable player holds out until they are traded away for their own sake.

One very sorry season ticket holder with season tickets to the team that is the laughingstock of the NFL,
Jeffrey Kibbe

You seem like a nice guy. It's hard not to like you because you seem very down to Earth. I'd like the rest of the NFL to know it's not just the Lions as a football team that sucks, but they can't do anything right. I was just trying to get a helmet with as many Lions' signatures. It was a charity event and I couldn't even get a team helmet signed by everyone. I served 5 years in the Marines, the least they could have done is spent 15 minutes out of their "busy lives" to sign it, and some of their attitudes were unbelievable. Would you be willing to help me out in anyway? I'm done with the Lions. Good luck this year.

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Seriously I am a huge packers fan been to a couple of the games close to home lexington ky got front row every time at 32 yrs old I never thought I would have a crush like I do on you those dimples!!!! We will make it all the way this year please email me back!!! Go pack go!!!!!

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Aaron and Jordon please realize how much brotherhood is worth. There is no issue that should keep you guys from each other and family. I too am a brother and at times we don't see eye-to-eye on things but Let It Go. Brotherhood is critical to future endeavors and you both have successes in your own way. Hope the feud ends soon. Your family is most important and now everyone needs support. Have a great year AARON LOVE THE Pack and good luck Jordon with your future.

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Hi Sir, i am Devan Tyson and we have a educational course in the Air Force that is called Airman Leadership School. As a young Airman it is very beneficial for the upcoming generation to go through this course to become the next generation of front line supervisors. with that being said, we are graduating this class tomorrow and our instructor is a die hard PACKERS fan. And an even bigger fan of you. i am contacting you to see if maybe you could autograph a picture of yourself or the team and send it to us to give to her as a gift for all of her hard work. If it were not for men and women like her, we would not have the leaders we have now in the military. thank you from SrA Tyson and the ALS class.

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You need to get some serious help. Your conservative methods don't win games. Stop listening to McCarthy he has checked out a long time ago.

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Hi Arron, by freind Alyssa is literally in love with you and really would like to meet you she even painted her room green and yellow and has a wall stick of you it would mean the world if she met you if you reply it would mean everything to me cause I want to surprise her cause we are such good friends

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Hello Mr Rodgers: I also have a photographic memory like yours 183 IQ never want to lose race vintage cars at Road America and win my .class.
At 57 I can still throw a football 60 yards, have 3% bodyfat am 6foot 4 inches 250 lbs. I can still run a under 5 second 50 I have highest arches of anyone i know. I held record at high school for 4.6 50I probably could do it again.
I was reading Gunslinger and I was hurt with a bad knee playing college at Wisconsin Under John Coata With Grape juice Johnson .butIt is fine now could throw a stinging ball like Mr. Favre. It was just they did not let me play because I was to smart. I guess I could lye about my age and say I was a free agent from moon U If I really trained i probably could be a nfl player I have no nicks at all and have better skiils as my dr puts it a body of a 15 year old.. I wonder why they put us out topasture why not a football rest and rebirth? I live in Kohler I hit 300 yr drives I se you out there with John kuhn all the time but i respect you privacy. It is easy to tell me 64 250 long . Good luck I attended IceBowl and it is a Starr Kramer over Lilly moment set by a pass to Chuck Mercien if I remember right. Was In front of gold posts. Mike Jacobi Kohler Wi

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Aloha Aaron I'm from the u.s. And married a Canadian girl. In canada for the holidays saw you getting traded to canada on Tsn. Frickin funny. U da man

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Dude you are da bomb Ur are amazing u r such a G.O.A.T u beast

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Looks like you are going t fuc KiNg lose again get your sh it together as s hole try to throw a winning pass

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Hi Mr. Rodgers
My name is Bailey Wickett. I am writing to you today because my boyfriends birthday is coming up and he is absolutly in love with you. We are both huge Packer fans. This man came into my life as a blessing. He mad me feel safe again and no what it is like to be happy. He saved my life in many ways. from my pass to everything that is going on now. I would love if you could do anything for his birthday. it would really mean a lot. Thank you for your time and being the best QB out there.
Have a amazing day !!
p.s Packers rule!!! ill stick by yall no matter what!


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