Jordan Rodgers, Aaron's younger brother, has been confirmed as a contestant on this year's season of 'The Bachelorette,' which is set to debut May 23.
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers takes to Twitter on occasion in the offseason. His postings can range from picking on former Packers tight end Tom Crabtree to espousing ex-Bucks forward Drew Gooden as the king of the midrange jumper to a string of hashtags.
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We have one more suggestion for Rodgers: Live tweeting the TV show "The Bachelorette" in a few weeks.
As a highly paid, very successful NFL quarterback, Rodgers doesn’t exactly need to compete with suitors for a woman — not to mention he’s already seeing actress Olivia Munn. However, he isn’t the only quarterback in the family.
Jordan Rodgers, Aaron’s younger brother, has been confirmed as a contestant on this year’s ABC reality show, which is set to debut May 23.
Jordan Rodgers lists his occupation as former pro quarterback — well, he did spend time in many NFL camps and had a short stint in the CFL after his playing days at Vanderbilt were done — and appears to have a similar sense of humor to his brother — if not even broader. Just check out his Instagram feed if you don’t think so.
His contestant biography provides another glimpse. In it, Jordan Rodgers lists himself as a wingman first. We assume that’s only when his brother isn’t around.