Considered by many to be one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, Aaron Rodgers enjoyed a strong career at the University of California, Berkeley after transferring from Butte College in 2002. The Green Bay Packers chose the quarterback with the No. 24 overall pick in the 2005 NFL Draft.
Rodgers spent three years learning from the great Brett Favre before taking the helm of the franchise in 2008. In a Super Bowl XLV victory, he earned MVP honors. Since then, Rodgers has been the league MVP three times. The now-38-year-old has the best TD-to-interception ratio in league history at 4.75. Rodgers boasts the most seasons (nine) with a passer rating over 100. Now an elder statesman of the NFL, he isn’t afraid to take controversial stances on matters relating to football and beyond.
- Team: Green Bay Packers
- Position: Quarterback
- Height: 6’2″
- Accomplishments: Super Bowl champion (2011), three-time MVP, three-time All-Pro, 10-time Pro Bowler
- Drafted: No. 24 overall in 2005 by the Green Bay Packers
- Throwing hand: right
- Nickname: A-Rod
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