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Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers is a well-known National Football League quarterback (NFL). Since Aaron Rodgers’s 2005 draft, he had been a member of the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League. Rodgers has a long list of albums to his credit.

He was not only the Super Bowl XLV champion but also the Super Bowl XLV MVP, thanks to his outstanding abilities.

Family, Education, and Early Life

Aaron Rodgers was born on December 2nd, 1983, in Chico, California, to his parents, Edward Wesley Rodgers and Darla Leigh Pittman Rodgers.

Aaron’s father, Edward, was also a Chico State Wildcats football player.

In college, Edward always taught the Rodgers brother not to drink and party.

He always told them to stick to sports like he did when he was younger.

He also has two brothers, Jordan Rodgers and Luke Rodgers.

Luke, his younger brother, is a quarterback for Vanderbilt University.

He has played for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL.

Aaron, in particular, heeded his father’s advice and went on to become the football superstar we know today.

Rodger was also featured on the front page of The Ukiah Daily Journal when he was ten years old for his best performance in a local basketball free throw competition.

Rodger was raised as a Christian by his parents, but he has reportedly stated that he is no longer affiliated with any religion.

Aaron is a Sagittarius, according to his horoscope. People born under this sign are known for their optimism, spontaneity, and intellect.


Aaron Rodgers attended Vose Elementary School and then Whitford Middle School after his family relocated to Beaverton, Oregon.

He played shortstop, center field, and pitcher for the Raleigh Hills Little League, among other positions.

His family relocated to Chico in 1997, and he enrolled at Pleasant Valley High School.

He set a single-season school record with 2,466 total yards in 2001 while playing for his school.

Rodgers was not only a great football player, but he was also a hard worker in the classroom.

He received an SAT score of 1310 and an A-average when he graduated from high school.

Rodgers went to Butte Community College and the University of California for his education.

Body Measurements, Age, and Height

In 2022, Aaron, aka “A-Rod,” turned 38 years old. With a height of 6 feet 2inches (1.88 m) and a weight of 225 lbs, Rodgers has an athletic build. In addition, he has light brown hair and blue eyes.

Rodgers’ mustache was well-known back then, and it is still well-known now. In addition, his beard style has changed dramatically.

Facts of Aaron Rodgers

Full Name Aaron Charles Rodgers
Birth Date December 2nd, 1983
Birth Place Chico, California
Age 38 Years Old
Nickname A-Rod
Religion Christianity while childhood
Nationality American
Education Pleasant Valley, University of California, Berkley
Horoscope Sagittarius
Father’s Name Edward Wesley Rodgers
Mother’s Name Darla Leigh Pittman Rodgers
Siblings Jordan Rodgers, Luke Rodgers
Height 6’2” (1.88 m)
Weight 225 lbs
Build Athletic
Shoe Size 14
Hair Color Light Brown
Eye Color Blue
Position Quarterback
League NFL
Team Green Bay Packers
Marital Status Unmarried
Past Lovers Olivia Munn, Danica Patrick
Children None
Profession Professional Football Athlete
Debut 2005
Career Highlights and Awards
  • Super Bowl champion- XLV
  • Super Bowl MVP- XLV
  • 2× NFL Most Valuable Player- 2011, 2014
  • 2× First-team All-Pro- 2011, 2014
  • Second-team All-Pro- 2012
  • 8× Pro Bowl- 2009, 2011, 2012, 2014–2016, 2018, 2019
Net Worth $120 million
Social Media Instagram, Twitter, Facebook
Merch Books, Poster & Jersey
Last Update April 2022

Salary and Net Worth

Aaron Rodgers’s net worth is estimated at around $120 million.

Rodgers is said to be one of the highest-paid players in the NFL.

He also has endorsement partnerships with Adidas, State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance, Bose, Panini, and Prevea Healthcare, among others.

In addition, he has a minority investment in the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks, making him the first active player to own a franchise.

Commercials for State Farm Insurance

Aaron appears alongside Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes in a State Farm commercial.

They appear in a different spot for a thirty-second clip with the character known as “Jake from State Farm.”

During the commercial, Rodgers talked about insurance while playing catch with a dog.

The commercial was also seen during the NFL Kickoff Game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans.


Adam Korzun is reportedly Rodgers’ team nutritionist. Rodgers made some dietary changes after speaking with his team nutritionist to keep healthy.

His new diet now includes red meat and chicken on occasion.

In addition, he has reduced the number of dairy products he consumes.

He has a lot of green leafy veggies on his plate, without a doubt.

Profession and Career

Let’s take a look at Aaron’s incredible collegiate career before moving on to his professional accomplishments.

Career in College

Rodger attracted little notice from recruiters despite his outstanding high school record.

According to reports, he claimed that his lack of interest in the recruitment process stemmed from his disappointing physical size as a high school athlete of 5’10” (1.78 m) and 165 lbs (75 kgs).

Initially, he intended to enroll at Florida State University and play under head coach Bobby Bowden.

The university, however, turned him down, and the University of Illinois invited him to compete for a scholarship.

He turned down the offer and pondered giving up football to get a legal degree.

Furthermore, he was recruited to play football at Butte Community College in Oroville.

Career Advancement

He led Butte to the NorCal Conference championship and a No. 2 national rating as a rookie, with a 10-1 record.

There, he was recognized by Jeff Tedford, the head coach of the California Golden Bears.

Tedford was somewhat aback when he learned that Aaron had not been recruited by any of the collegiate teams.

Aaron was eligible to transfer to the University of California, Berkeley, due to his strong high school record.

In the fifth game of the 2003 season, the coach made Rodgers the starting quarterback, and as a sophomore, he guided the Golden Bears to a 7–3 record.

Reggie Robertson was forced to replace Aaron in the second half of the game due to an unexpected injury.

In the same season, his 394-yard pass against Virginia Tech earned him MVP honors in the Insight Bowl.

During his junior year, Aaron guided the squad to a 10–1 record and a top-five regular-season ranking.

He set a new school record for straight 26 completed passes in the same game.

Aaron had a total of 24 touchdowns, eight interceptions, and 2,566 throwing yards in the 2004 season.

A Professional Life

Aaron decided to forego his senior season in 2014 in order to enter the 2005 NFL Draft. The NFL Draft was held in 2005.

Aaron was expected to be taken early in the 2005 NFL Draft due to his strong collegiate records.

He was confident that the San Francisco 49ers, whom he grew up rooting for, would select him before the draft.

However, quarterback Alex Smith was selected by the San Francisco 49ers, while Aaron was selected by the Green Bay Packers as the 24th overall pick.

Aaron’s drop to the 24th pick and the Green Bay Packers’ decision to draft Brett Favre’s eventual replacement was one of the greatest stories of the draft, despite the fact that Rodgers was still the second quarterback chosen.

Years of back-up

Aaron signed a five-year contract worth $7.7 million in August 2005, with $5.4 million guaranteed.

He played his debut season as the team’s backup quarterback. Aaron did not play in any games, although he did lead the scout team during practice.

Coach Mike Sherman was fired by the Green Bay Packers and replaced by Mike McCarthy.

Aaron was sent to McCarthy’s “Quarterback school” six hours a day, many times a week by his coach.

Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers in an ongoing match. Source: jafurkida

His abilities improved over time, and his coach McCarthy was impressed and confident in his ability.

During this time, Aaron and Favre began to build a friendship.

Rodgers sustained an injury while playing against the New England Patriots on November 19th, 2006, and missed the remainder of the 2006 season.

He quickly recovered and was able to begin the 2007 season.

Earlier in the 2007 season, rumors of Aaron’s possible trade began to circulate.

He was not traded, though, and remained with the Green Bay Packers.

Brett Favre announced his retirement on March 4th, 2008.

Aaron was given the starting quarterback job by the Packers for the 2008 season as a result of this decision.

Aaron’s stats of 4,038 yards passing soon established him as one of the league’s greatest quarterbacks. The squad beat the Minnesota Vikings with him as the starting quarterback.

Aaron won the FedEx Air Award the following week after receiving votes during his second NFL start.

While playing against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the fourth week of the season, his streak of 157 straight pass attempts without an interception came to an end.

The streak was the franchise’s third-longest in history.

Aaron had a significant shoulder sprain during a game, but he went on to start and perform effectively in the team’s victory over the Seattle Seahawks.

Many saw his dedication as proof of his toughness.

On October 31st, 2008, he signed a six-year contract extension worth $65 million.

Season 2009

Aaron’s first comeback triumph came in the first game of the 2009 season.

In October 2009, Rodgers was named NFC Offensive Player of the Month.

The Green Bay Packers also set a new franchise high with 461 total points.

They shattered the previous record, which had been set by the Super Bowl champions of 1996.

Aaron set a record by becoming the first quarterback in NFL history to throw for 4,000 yards in his first two seasons as a starter.

Rodger was named to his first Pro Bowl after an outstanding regular season as the NFC’s third quarterback, behind Drew Brees and Brett Favre.

Following Favre’s injury and Brees’ dismissal due to his participation in Super Bowl XLIV, Aaron was named the NFC’s official starter.

Season XLV of the Super Bowl

During the 2010 season, he got his second NFC Offensive Player of the Week and FedEx Air NFL Player of the Year accolades while playing against the New York Giants.

During the Divisional Round game, Aaron tied an NFL record for back-to-back playoff games with at least three touchdown passes.

He also set an NFL record by being the first and only quarterback to throw ten touchdowns in three consecutive playoff games.

Aaron posted a 55.4 passing rating on January 23, 2011, when the Packers defeated the No. 2 seed Chicago Bears in the NFC Championship game.

The Green Bay Packers were awarded a trip to Super Bowl XLV after winning the NFC Championship, which they won by a score of 31–25 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Aaron received the Super Bowl MVP award for his effort, completing 24 of 39 ball attempts for 304 yards and three touchdowns.

He became only the third quarterback in NFL history to throw for over 1,000 yards in a single postseason, and one of only four quarterbacks to throw for over 300 yards in a Super Bowl with no interceptions and three touchdown passes.

Aaron became the only player in postseason history to pass for at least 900 yards and two touchdowns.

In 2011, he was ranked 11th among the NFL’s Top 100 Players.

Season 2011

Aaron won NFC Offensive Player of the Month accolades in September, October, and November of 2011, as well as FedEx Air Player of the Week six times.

He was also named the Galloping Gobbler MVP of the Green Bay Packers’ Thanksgiving game against the Detroit Lions in 2011. With 48 out of 50 votes, he was also named MVP of the league.

Rodgers was named to the Pro Bowl, as well as being named to the First-Team All-Pro.

For the NFL Top 100 Players of 2012, his peers elected him the best league player.

Season 2012

Rodgers was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week after tying a team record with six touchdown touchdowns in Week 6.

In October, he was named the NFC’s Offensive Player of the Month.

Rodgers was nominated for the Pro Bowl for the third time in his career for his performance during the 2012 season.

In the NFL Top 100 Players of 2013, he was ranked sixth by his peers.

Season 2013

On April 26th, 2013, Aaron and the Packers agreed to a five-year contract extension worth $110 million, making him the highest-paid athlete in the NFL.

While playing against the Washington Redskins, he set a career-high with 480 passing yards, tying the franchise record. For his efforts, he was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week.

In addition, Rodgers became the first quarterback since Y. In one game, A. Tittle passed for at least 480 yards, four touchdowns, and no interceptions. For his efforts, he was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week.

He was ranked 11th on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2014 list this season.

Season 2014

Rodgers received 31 votes to win the AP NFL Most Valuable Player award for the 2014 season.

He was also named NFC Offensive Player of the Year by the Kansas City Committee of 101, as well as NFL Player of the Year by Fed-Ex Air.

He was named to the Pro Bowl for the 2014 season, and he finished second in the NFL Top 100 Players of 2015.

Season 2015

Rodgers was named to his fifth Pro Bowl and was ranked sixth among the NFL’s Top 100 Players in 2016.

Season 2016

Aaron concluded the 2016 season with 401 completions on 610 attempts for a 65.7 percent completion percentage.

For the first time in his career, he lead the category with 40 touchdown passes.

He became one of only four quarterbacks in NFL history to throw for at least 40 touchdowns several times.

Furthermore, he was named sixth on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2017 by his peers.

Season 2017

Rodgers had to undergo surgery for a broken collarbone after suffering a shoulder injury as a result of a blow from Anthony Barr.

He had surgery on October 19th and was placed on injured reserve the following day.

His collarbone was supported by a total of 13 screws.

He returned to practice on December 2nd, 2017 and played in Week 15 against the Panthers before being placed on injured reserve.

Season 2018

On August 29th, 2018, Aaron signed a four-year contract extension with the Packers worth $134 million including a $57.5 million signing bonus.

On December 18th, 2018, he was named to the Pro Bowl for the eighth time.

However, due to an injury, he declined the appearance.

Season 2019

Matt LaFleur took over as head coach of the Packers for the 2019 season.

Aaron set his first-ever game with a perfect passer rate of 158.3 during Week 7 against the Oakland Raiders.

For his efforts, he was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week.

College Honors and Awards

All-Pac-10 honorable mention – 2003

2003 Insight Bowl Offensive MVP

2004 Co-Offensive MVP for the California Golden Bears

All-Pac-10 first team – 2004

Academic All-Pac-10 second team – 2004

Sports Illustrated named him an honorable mention All-American in 2004.

NFL Honors and Awards

XLV Super Bowl MVP

2011 and 2014 NFL Most Valuable Player

NFL Player of the Year – FedEx Air – 2010, 2014

2011 and 2014 NFC Offensive Player of the Year

2013 and 2014 GMC Never Say Never Awards

Apart from his professional accomplishments and awards, Aaron is a free thinker.

Rodgers held firm even as President Donald Trump made comments regarding LeBron James’ IQ at the time.

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Relationship & Girlfriend

After Olivia Munn, Aaron Rodgers was single for the time being.

From 2014 to 2017, he was rumored to have been dating Olivia Munn, an American actress.

Soon after, he began dating Danica Patrick, a former professional racing driver from the United States.

From July 2018 through July 2020, Patrick and Rodgers were together.

Aaron is currently engaged to actress Shailene Woodley.

He reportedly confirmed his engagement during his NFL MVP acceptance speech on February 6, 2021.

They are currently engaged and intend to marry soon.

Presence on Social Media

Aaron’s Instagram has 1.9 million users, his Twitter has 4.5 million users & his Facebook has 1.3 million users.