Aaron Rodgers is a Super Bowl winning quarterback and widely regarded as one of the greatest football players of all time. We already know he’s great at throwing touchdowns, but now we hear he’s going to try his hand at being a Universal Life Church minister!
Rodgers’ football career has humble beginnings. Following in his father’s footsteps, he played sports in high school, and was recruited to play for Butte Community College in Oroville, California. After leading Butte to no. 2 nationally, Rodgers caught the eye of recruiters at the University of California, Berkeley, and led the Golden Bears to a 10-1 season in 2004. Rodgers entered the NFL draft in 2005 and was picked up by Green Bay as a backup for Brett Favre.
In 2008, Rodgers transitioned to the role of Packers’ starting quarterback, and just a few years later in 2010 he led the Packers to a victory in Super Bowl XLV. In the years to come, Rodgers would consistently be ranked in the top ten players in the league, earn four NFL Most Valuable Player awards, and four ESPY Awards. Football analysts and fans alike consider him one of the greatest players ever.
Having done it all on the gridiron, Rodgers is now apparently looking to flex his ministerial muscles. He recently got ordained as a ULC minister, and if he’s half as good at throwing a wedding as he is at throwing a football, he’s going to be a natural. We may just have to invent a Most Valuable Minister award just for him!
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