Aaron Rodgers’ U.S.A Outfit Sure To Hurt Your Eyes
It’s a bird — kind of –, its a plane, its…Aaron Rodgers wearing the worst outfit in Green Bay Packers history!
Who in their right mind would allow Rodgers — highest paid player in the NFL — to leave the house wearing something that’s straight out of Brett Favre‘s uncle’s closet?
All jokes aside, the Green Bay quarterback did dawn this outfit for a good cause as Thursday was the Packers “Welcome Back Luncheon,” in which the team is asked to converse with some of the most die-hard fans in the world. Regardless, this is hardly the first time that we’ve seen Rodgers’ sense of style be thrown to the wolves — I mean take one look at that mustache and you can easily tell that he doesn’t care what you think about him.
The last time that Rodgers pulled off such a stunt was in 2010, when Rodgers came to the same event sporting a rather peculiar Cowboy hat — like John Wayne style, not one that had a Dallas Cowboys logo on it. Oddly enough, the Super Bowl that year was in Dallas and the gutsy quarterback was hoping to bring Title Town another Lombardi Trophy in just his third season as a starter. Long story short; the Packers won Super Bowl XLIV, and Rodgers was named the MVP.
Let’s just say that the folks in the Cheese State are hoping for some Deja-Vu with Rodgers wearing something that the Salvation Army would probably throw in the trash.
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