Aaron Rodgers On Letterman

February 8, 2011 by staff 

Aaron Rodgers On Letterman, Winning the Super Bowl is something most NFL players would probably not trade for almost anything, but it has few side effects hectic – especially if you are named MVP of the game. This was the case for the Packers Aaron Rodgers quart, and he completed a full duty on Monday with a trip to New York to appear on Late Show with David Letterman.

Letterman noted the schedule packed Rodgers (after all, he rose from Disney World, where he participated in a parade the same day), and thanked him for taking the time. They talked up the game (Rodgers said the Packers ran about 40 different games during the Super Bowl), knowledge of players with the playbook, and even asked Letterman if Rodgers will return next season – perhaps a search Brett Favre since Favre is now one of the easiest people on the planet to tear.

But what you really asking are: “Did the championship belt to make an appearance?” Well, you’re in luck: the bar just after two minutes, Letterman out what appears to be a belt another replica of that of championship that emerged during the celebration on the field Sunday night. We have to say, this thing is impressive ornate. And spinny. And WWE-affiliated. Oh, and launches a pass to Rodgers Letterman.

Aaron Rodgers has been delayed, if David Letterman ran a clip of the Super Bowl with Biff Henderson. However, once the quarterback People arrived at the studio, Letterman thanked him for stopping by, especially in light of his exhausting schedule. Earlier in the day, Rodgers appeared to Disney World to celebrate his victory in the Super Bowl.

The Super Bowl MVP said David Letterman, “I watch your show a lot. It is good to be here. “Letterman went on to tell her that Rodgers’ ascension to the throne following Brett Favre has a remarkable history. “I’m not 6’5″ and I’m not 240 pounds, but I think the things you can not measure is often the things that give people the greatest success, “said Rodgers.

Aaron Rodgers was born in Chico in Butte County, California. In high school he played two years as quarterback and set school records. Rodgers told David Letterman that he was just 6’2 “and weighs only 190 pounds when he attended Butte Community College. However, he threw 28 touchdown passes and led to a record Butte 10-1, a NorCal championship conference and a No. 2 national ranking. “We had a great team,” said Rodgers. The star of the community college then transferred to Cal, where he became the starting quarterback during his junior year. As a junior, Rodgers led Cal to a 10-1 record and the top five at the end of the regular season with their only defeat coming in a game very tight and played well at # 1 USC, 17-23. Rodgers finally decided to forgo his senior year to enter the 2005 draft by the NFL. When David Letterman asked him what he learned from his past experiences, Rodgers said, “Leading by example.”

David Letterman congratulated Aaron Rodgers again on his great victory at the Super Bowl. Rodgers thanked him and said humbly: “I was surrounded by a great group of guys who really believed in me.” Regarding the game itself, Aaron Rodgers said: “I was a little hype, but when we moved, it felt like just another game. “

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