It’s all because of Bill Snyder, who we told you about this morning, but it inspired Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers to post a great tribute to Packers fans.
This was actually Rodgers’ first tweet that wasn’t promotional or a retweet of someone else since last offseason. You can probably assume he’s back on Twitter full time for this offseason.
— Aaron Rodgers (@AaronRodgers12) February 20, 2017
Some former players also chimed in on the Snyder obituary/tribute.
Here’s Brett Favre, who was singled out for his TD toss to Andre Rison in his lone Super Bowl win, a moment described as the single happiest moment of Snyder’s life.
Sending condolences to the Bill Snyder family. I'm honored to have played a role in such a joyful memory of his life. Warmest regards -Brett
— Brett Favre (@Favre4Official) February 20, 2017
Rison (or possibly someone pretending to be Andre Rison) also tweeted about it.
— Andre Rison (@AndreRisonPro) February 20, 2017