Aaron Rodgers and Pat McAfee Make Massive Announcement on Live Show

Published 09/09/2020, 5:12 PM EDT


Former Indianapolis Colts player, Pat McAfee, last played in the NFL back in 2016. Since then, McAfee has gone on to carve a reputation for himself as a sports analyst. He mainly covers wrestling and the NFL.

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His online channel on YouTube is where he hosts The Pat McAfee Show. The former NFL punter interviews famous personalities, NFL stars, and other celebrities who appear on the show as ‘guests’ from time to time.

He was recently joined by Green Bay Packers great, Aaron Rodgers, for a rather ‘special’ announcement.

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Packers star Aaron Rodgers all set to appear on the Pat McAfee show this season

As mentioned in the video above, Rodgers confirmed that he would be appearing on The Pat McAfee Show every Tuesday throughout the season. Rodgers was more than happy to confirm the news when he appeared on the show on Wednesday.

A-Rod also heaped praise on McAfee and his co-hosts as he said, “You & the boys are like the future sports version of the Howard Stern show.”

The pair will also be joined by the former NFL linebacker A. J. Hawk. Both these former NFL stars started the McAfee & Hawk: Sports Talk podcast earlier this year.

Here are some other snippets from Rodgers’ recent appearance on the show.

"The accountability the guys have been showing is working. I always think the best accountability is not forced accountability it's optional"

~ @AaronRodgers12 on the #Packers & @NFL season kicking off without delay #PatMcAfeeShowLIVE pic.twitter.com/nJ3glFS01n

— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) September 9, 2020

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In the meantime, Rodgers will be gearing up for a crunch clash against NFC North rivals, Minnesota Vikings, this weekend. The two-time NFL MVP will start the season as the first-choice quarterback.

Head Coach Matt LaFleur confirmed the same last week. Utah State recruit, Jordan Love, will serve as an understudy to Rodgers over the course of the 2020 season.

Will the 36-year-old veteran quarterback lead the Packers to the Playoffs once again? We don’t see why not!

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