Green Bay Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers was selected in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft. He is the NFL all time career leader in passer ratings in the regular season and post season. The 2005 season came with some disappointing games, as the Packers were 4-12 behind starting quarterback Brett Favre. He had very little playing time, but took home the W against the New Orleans Saints.
The 2006 season started with Aaron again being forced to continue his role as second quarterback behind Brett Favre. While filling in for Brett against the New England Patriots, Aaron Rodgers broke his left foot but was ready for the start of the 2007 season. Again, the 2007 season Aaron took the back seat to starting quarterback Brett Favre but when Brett made his announcement in 2008 that he would be retiring, Aaron Rodgers finally was given his chance to start at quarterback for the Packers.
Making his starting position against the Minnesota Vikings, this marked the first time since 1992 that a quarterback other than Brett Favre started a regular season for the Green Bay Packers. Aaron had very successful 2009 season, the Packers went onto the 2010 Super Bowl against the Pittsburgh Steelers where they won and Aaron was named Super Bowl XLV MVP. Known for his unique touchdown celebration, dubbed “the Championship Belt,” he is now seen in State Farm’s commercial flashing his famous celebration. In 2013, the Packers agreed to a 5-year, $110 million contract, making him the highest paid player in NFL history. Even after multiple injuries in the 2014 season, Aaron was voted AP- Most Valuable Player and NFC Offensive Player of the Year. As a four time pro-bowl player, Aaron still finds time to entertain fellow players and was coined the nickname “The King of Photobombing.” Aaron is known for photobombing every captain’s coin toss ever since 2006, according to the teams photogropher. Aaron Rodgers is available for speaking engagements, sporting events, and sports clinics.
APPEARANCES: E:60, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Jim Rome is Burning, Late Show with David Letterman, Mike & Mike in the Morning, Morning Drive, NFL GameDay Morning, NFL Total Access, NFL Turning Point, PGA Tour, The Afterparty with Jay Glazer, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Dan Patrick Show, ESPN, ABC, FOX
TO WORK WITH AARON RODGERS: Sport Speaker Aaron Rodgers can be hired for endorsements and events in roles such as public speaker, autograph signings, SMT’S, and public relation campaigns.