If there's one position in any sport that has the biggest impact on a team's overall success, it's hard to argue with that position being quarterback. Glancing around the league, guys like Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees are perfect illustrations of this. Show More Summary
No quarterback is truly ever safe from losing his job. The NFL is a win-now league and a rough season or two can put a quarterback from being a franchise player to one on the hot seat. That being said, it’s safe to say Aaron Rodgers doesn’t have to be looking over his shoulder heading into 2013. Show More Summary
When someone makes a big financial investment in something, they usually try to protect it at all costs. Such is the case with the Green Bay Packers and their quarterback. Aaron Rodgers recently signed a $110 million extension, making him the highest paid player in NFL history (for the moment, anyway). Show More Summary
Jeff of Chicago noted the earlier post on the Jay Cutler's pocket timing and asked: "Could you post the time and ranking of the other QBs in the NFCN? I'm most curious where Aaron Rodgers falls, since he gets a lot of criticism for the same thing Cutler does here." Ask and you shall receive. Show More Summary
Back in February, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers made the first move in welcoming Brett Favre back into the Green Bay family. On Tuesday, the team took another step in that direction.
Brett Favre’s Packers locked up their franchise quarterback in Aaron Rodgers this offseason and they would now like to bring back one of the greatest ever to take snaps behind center at Lambeau Field. It’s been almost five years since the Packers traded Favre to the New York Jets but now the franchise is looking [...]Show More Summary
The Green Bay Packers go how their quarterback goes. And although Aaron Rodgers may be the best in the business, the Packers' offensive line is perhaps their biggest question mark headed into the upcoming season. Despite leading the NFL in passer rating in 2012, Rodgers was sacked 51 times—more than any other quarterback in the league. Show More Summary
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers did, in fact, make an appearance in the penultimate episode of 'The Office' on Thursday. And, as we wrote earlier in the week, he served as a judge in an a cappella singing competition that involved -- you guessed it -- chaser of pipe dreams, Andy Bernard.
Aaron Rodgers, no doubt still thrilled about that shiny new contract and an upcoming appearance on 'The Office,' is pumped about the prospects of wearing throwback uniforms in 2013. A season after the Packers went with just their traditional green jerseys and yellow pants, it appears that the blue tops, tan bottoms, blue socks and brown helmets are back in the rotation.
After nine seasons 'The Office' is about to end its run. And the penultimate episode of the series reportedly includes Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers playing a judge in an a cappella singing competition.
Aaron Rodgers isn't just competitive on the field, he's also competitive on the basketball court. Just ask his younger brother Jordan, who said Aaron "cheap-shots a lot."
The draft day suit coat worn by Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is up for auction. So far, the highest bid is $3,000.
What will Aaron Rodgers' record-setting deal mean for other quarterbacks looking for a payday? Former agent Joel Corry examines what's in line for Matt Ryan, Matthew Stafford and others who will be looking for new deals soon.
Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers. These are some of the most notable quarterbacks in the National Football League. They represent the most premier players at the NFL's most popular position, quarterback. Then, there's the other end of the spectrum. Show More Summary
Before Thursday night, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had little in common with former "American Idol" star Clay Aiken. That changed when the Super Bowl champion...
Aaron Rodgers played Aaron Rodgers on The Office, and he was actually believable. The Huffington Post spotted the Green Bay Packers starting quarterback on one of the last episodes of The Office, when character Andy Bernard, or "TheShow More Summary
They're judges on a spoof talent show panel.
Solid and unspectacular first effort.
Sometime during quarterback Geno Smith's long and stressful wait to be drafted, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers sent him a conciliatory message on Twitter: Smith should take that draft day advice and apply it to his future as a starting NFL quarterback. Show More Summary
The PFT crew whips around the latest news in the NFL starting with Geno Smith firing back at the media, and Aaron Rodgers’ approval of Green Bay’s throwback uniforms.