|Full name||Aaron Charles Rodgers|
|Know as||Aaron Rodgers, Rodgers, Aaron|
|Birth place||Chico, California, USA|
|Age||34 years, 3 month, 11 days|
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Aaron Charles Rodgers Biography:
Produced on December 2, 1983, in California, American football quarterback Aaron Rodgers registered in Butte College after high school, where he directed a vaunted offensive assault. In 2011, he led the famous team to success in Super Bowl XLV.
Football was an early love for Aaron, who at age of 2 could sit down quietly and see an entire NFL game. In age 5, Aaron could pick out various football formations on the tv display and throw a football through a hanging tire.
After returning to California, Rodgers set a number of school passing records as quarterback for Pleasant Valley High School. Yet, coming from a little town like Chico hurt his school possibilities. Not able to get a Division I scholarship, Aaron registered at Butte College, a junior college in nearby Oroville, California, in 2002.
During his one year at Butte, Rodgers led the school into a 10-1 record along with a No. 2 national ranking. He was likewise named his conference’s MVP. His accomplishment together with the plan captured the attention of scouts in the University of California at Berkeley, as well as the following season, Rodgers registered in the school and became the team’s starter.
During his two years at Berkeley, Rodgers directed a vaunted offense that propelled him to break several school records and helped make him a Heisman finalist in 2004. Despite being considered a top 10—perhaps even top five—decide, he continued until the 24th choice of the very first round, when the Green Bay Packers picked him.
For Rodgers, coming to Green Bay meant sitting and seeing the team’s starting quarterback, Brett Favre, an ironman of a football player who had started every match for the Packers since 1992.
Eventually, in 2008, after Green Bay elected not to resign the then 38-year old Favre, Rodgers got his opportunity to quarterback Green Bay as a starter. Rodgers failed to waver, manning QB responsibilities for all 16 regular season games while throwing for 4,038 yards and 28 touchdowns.
Rodgers endeared himself to Green Bay fans and established he was among the game’s top-notch quarterbacks when he directed the Packers to victory in Super Bowl XLV on February 6, 2011. The team chose the title for the 2010 season. On the large phase, Rodgers earned MVP honours, completing 24 of 39 passes for 304 yards and notching three touchdowns.
Rodgers kept his position among football’s top performers in consecutive seasons.