The Green Bay Packers’ chances of spoiling the Falcons’ first game in their gaudy new butthole stadium crumbled to dust on two plays on either side of halftime.
At the Green Bay Packers’ annual Welcome Back Luncheon, one rather forward fan decided to give star quarterback Aaron Rodgers a smooch on the head:
People magazine is reporting that everyone’s favorite sports couple (non-Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari division) has officially broken up. After three years of dating, Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn are calling it quits.
Moments after Mason Crosby’s last-second field goal gave the Packers a 34-31 win over the Cowboys and a trip to the NFC championship game, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was asked about his season-saving completion to tight end Jared Cook. “It’s just kind of schoolyard at times, late in the game like that,” he said.
The Packers beat the Cowboys tonight and are headed to the NFC Championship, but truly, it is all of us who are winners tonight.
In a New York Times story published ahead of today’s Packers-Cowboys NFC Divisional playoff game, Aaron Rodgers’s father confirms he and his son are not on speaking terms, and appears to blame the rift on Rodgers’s fame.
A Hail Mary seems like a weird thing to be good at, no? Even etymologically, it’s a prayer, a low-expectation play that has a much better chance of being picked off—to say nothing of being knocked down—than of being completed. And by definition, once that thing is up there, it’s anybody’s ball. And yet Aaron Rodgers…
For most of a half, the Giants looked they were cruising.
Aaron Rodgers made up for an uneasy first half by finding Randall Cobb in the end zone to close out the first half against the Giants, giving Green Bay a 14-6 lead at the intermission.
A good thing to do is to listen to Aaron Rodgers.
The Chicago Bears have won three games this season, and they looked to reclaim a little bit of their dignity by possibly upsetting the Green Bay Packers in overtime after they scored 17 points in the fourth quarter to tie today’s game with a minute and change. Aaron Rodgers and his teammates had a different idea.
The most noteworthy moment from tonight’s Packers-Eagles game was Aaron Rodgers disappearing into a MYSTERY TENT for a bit in the third quarter for some reason. It was initially unclear what the tent was or why Rodgers entered it, and Lisa Salters wasn’t sure what Rodgers was doing.
Aaron Rodgers is negating with the Eagles’ fearsome pass rush tonight by getting the football out very quickly and not allowing them the time that they would normally be using to put the Packers QB on his ass. Green Bay moved the ball efficiently throughout the first half and they converted their first six third downs.
The most useful aspect of Jordan Rodgers’s appearance on The Bachelorette was the revelation that he apparently has no relationship with his brother, NFL star Aaron. Now, a new story published on Bleacher Report adds new details to the Packers quarterback’s supposedly strained relationship with his family.
Aaron Rodgers helped the Packers close out a home stand with a 26-10 win over the Bears tonight, and afterward showed up for the presser in his finest from the wardrobe of The Big Lebowski.
After weeks of enduring his brother blabbing his name/having his name blabbed about in relation to his brother’s name, football man Aaron Rodgers has responded to the suggestion that he and his brother, current Bachelorette finalist Jordan Rodgers, do not get along—and, furthermore, that Aaron does not get along with…
“I haven’t brought a girl home in years,” Jordan said on Monday night’s episode of The Bachelorette, before explaining to JoJo who she’d meet should she choose to come to his hometown of Chico, California, in next week’s episode: his parents, Darla and Ed, and “My oldest brother Luke, funniest guy I know, and…
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was a recent guest on the You Made It Weird podcast with Pete Holmes, and he somehow ended up describing the time he apparently saw an alien spacecraft in the night sky over New Jersey.
Something extremely unusual happened during the overtime coin toss of last night’s Packers-Cardinals game. After Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers called tails, referee Clete Blakeman tossed the coin and it landed on heads. But Blakeman noticed something strange: the coin didn’t rotate at all, it just went up then…