Aaron Rodgers On Letterman

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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was on The Late Show With David Letterman last night.

Probably the most amusing aspect of the interview is Rodgers looked a little nervous. He’s constantly fiddling with his hands, his shirt, etc. That, and there are obviously a few vocal Packers fans in the audience.

The video is in two parts.

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9 Comments on "Aaron Rodgers On Letterman"

  1. Mike

    I thought he looked more exhausted than nervous. Aaron started the day in Dallas, flew to Orlando, and then did Letterman in NY. I hope he spent the night in NY. That’s enough traveling for one day.

    The whole Super Bowl MVP thing is just starting to hit him, and Aaron does have the personality to handle it as well as anyone. Let’s hope he does.

  2. ay hombre

    First mistake he made all week…although he’s on no sleep. Although it’s extremely accurate, not sure he should have called out the special teams. Ahhh fuck it…normally they would give up a big return late.

    You know what I was just thinking…how awesome will it be when this edition of America’s Game comes out featuring the Pack. Awesome!

    FYI…NFL Net is carrying the return to Titletown thing live. GO PACK GO!

  3. ay hombre

    Must say…good interview by Dave. You can tell when he really is interested in something or someone and when he’s just phoning it in. There’s much more to it than this as well…another whole segment.

  4. Doug

    He is polished. Saying all the right things…his attitude is one of the things that makes him a perfect fit for the Pack.

  5. Shawn iltarion

    Yeah, he looked a little nervous, which is a good thing. He’s a private guy who isn’t that comfortable with the focus on him outside of football. He is a calm assassin on the football field, and that is all that matters.

    I am leaving for Lambeau Field in 10 minutes. Should be a sweet memory for my six year old sons, first time at Lambeau Field will be to celebrate a Super Bowl victory. Problem is- they’ll probably start expecting this stuff every year!!

    • Killa

      Yeah I think little kids/ young adults who watched the Packers in two Super Bowls in the 90’s got use to that happening. Including me. I thought it was going to happen regularly, but don’t expect it. I learned now to cheerish every moment and won’t take this one for granted.

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