Aaron Rodgers

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Height / Weight
6'2" / 225 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
December 2, 1983 (36)
Experience
16th Season
Drafted
2005 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 24 (GB)
College
California

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Aaron Rodgers News

Aaron Rodgers Happy With Progress During Virtual Program

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has heaped praise on the young collection of receivers behind No. 1 target Davante Adams. Most notably has been Allen Lazard, the former undrafted free agent who didn't make the roster last year out of camp, but who ended up becoming the No. 2 behind Adams by season's end. "Hes just a great teammate, and ascending player, loved his approach every week and he made some big-time plays for us," Rodgers said. Reggie Begelton, who signed out of the CFL in January, may be a wild card of the group. Head coach Matt LaFleur has been impressed with Begelton during the virtual program, but he still remains a long shot to contribute consistently in 2020 despite the lack of a receiver depth in Green Bay. Lazard will be a popular late-round sleeper pick because of Rodgers' growing trust in him.

May. 18th • 2:15 PM
Aaron Rodgers Wants To Play Into His 40s

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, 36, said "the goal is to play into my 40s. That hasn't changed." In his first public comments since the Packers shocked everyone by trading up within the first round to take quarterback Jordan Love, Rodgers also said "he didn't get asked to be drafted by the Packers. He's not to blame at all. Had a good conversation with him the day after the draft. I'm excited to work with him." Rodgers acknowledges that the Love pick was out of his control, and the goal that he will play into his 40s with the Packers "may not be a reality at this point." The future Hall of Famer didn't have much to work with through the air outside of Davante Adams last year, and Green Bay didn't address the position at all in the draft. Most fantasy owners won't be as quick to draft Rodgers as a high-end QB1 in 2020 because of his down 2019 and the lack of weapons around him. That could make him a great value pick if he can find a way to bounce back.

May. 15th • 4:59 PM
Packers Changing The Narrative Around Aaron Rodgers?

Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur has "simply had enough of Aaron Rodgers' act and wanted to change the narrative" after a puzzling draft last weekend that saw the team select zero wide receivers in one of the most stacked classes of all time, in the opinion of The Athletic's Bob McGinn. Green Bay also traded up in the first round to take quarterback Jordan Love, a signal that the team is looking to a future without Rodgers in the picture. After all, Rodgers is 36 years old and is coming off two straight mediocre seasons by his standards. The future Hall of Famer will certainly be determined in 2020, but can he improve if nobody steps up behind receiver Davante Adams. Rodgers' stock as a high-end QB1 has taken a hit the last few seasons.

Apr. 28th • 4:03 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Aaron Rodgers
Jordan Love
RB Aaron Jones
Jamaal Williams
LWR Davante Adams
Jake Kumerow
RWR Devin Funchess
Marquez Valdes-Scantling
SWR Allen Lazard
Equanimeous St. Brown
TE Jace Sternberger
Josiah Deguara
LT David Bakhtiari
John Leglue
LG Lane Taylor
Elgton Jenkins
C Corey Linsley
Cole Madison
RG Billy Turner
Lucas Patrick
RT Rick Wagner
Alex Light
LDE Dean Lowry
Jonathan Garvin
NT Kenny Clark
Montravius Adams
RDE Tyler Lancaster
Kingsley Keke
LOLB Preston Smith
Randy Ramsey
LILB Oren Burks
Christian Kirksey
Curtis Bolton
Ty Summers
ROLB Za'Darius Smith
Rashan Gary
LCB Jaire Alexander
Chandon Sullivan
SS Darnell Savage
Vernon Scott
FS Adrian Amos
Will Redmond
RCB Kevin King
Josh Jackson
K Mason Crosby