Aaron Rodgers Is the ‘Last Human’ Bill Belichick Talked To on the Football Field, per Pat McAfee

Published 01/12/2024, 8:33 AM EST

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All things must come to an end, whether good or bad. That is the case with Bill Belichick as the New England Patriots part ways with the HC after 24 years. But does his conversation with Aaron Rodgers have a part? Pat McAfee seems to think so.

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Rodgers and Belichick were involved in the last game of the regular season with their respective teams. And now as the QB made his comeback on the Pat McAfee Show, the host doesn’t fail to remind everyone that A-Rod is the last person to have chatted with the former Patriots boss.

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Recently, Rodgers got into a bit of controversy involving late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel. It was stated that A-Rod will not be appearing on ESPN’s show hosted by McAfee for this season. But the very next day, he was back in his segment. And the former punter introduced the QB with a new title.

“Joining us now… is a four-time NFL MVP and a man who is a Super Bowl champion”, said McAfee, but he did not stop there. “Ladies and gentlemen, the last human Bill Belichick talked to on the field as the New England Patriots head coach: Aaron Rodgers.”

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The duo was engrossed in talks on the field after the Patriots lost to the New York Jets. Though Rodgers did not delve into the details of their talks. With Belichick finally being let go by the Patriots, did they talk about their future?

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Football has changed a lot in the last two decades and one of the most constant things in it also changes. The man who delivered unprecedented success to the Patriots in the form of six Super Bowl titles is now gone. But Rodgers, being the last man he talked to on the field, could have greater implications.

The 40-year-old QB told McAfee that he is enjoying the off-season. That could also be the case with Belichick after a tumultuous season, but every franchise will be looking to swoop up the 71-year-old. Still determined to compete, the old guard isn’t going away easily. Rodgers and Belichick are prime examples of that.

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Do you think Belichick will coach Aaron Rodgers at the Jets? Let us know in the comments.

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Utkarsh Tiwari

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