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Aaron Rodgers Bids Farewell To Green Bay Packers

After eighteen NFL seasons, quarterback Aaron Rodgers has finally left the Green Bay Packers for the New York Jets.

The move, which was a long time coming, was made official when Aaron Rodgers posted a farewell on Instagram.

Aaron Rodgers by the Packers in the 2005 NFL Draft aged 21. By 2008, he was the starter and propelled the team to an historic period.

Rodgers won Super Bowl XLV, was named NFL MVP four times and made 11 straight playoff appearances with the Packers. 


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“I’m not sure it’s possible to fully express the gratitude that I have to the Packers, our incredible fans, the state of Wisconsin, the thousands of players that I crossed paths with, the incredible men and women who work for the organization, and the amazing people who I got to meet along the way, in one post with 10 pictures, but I hope you read this and feel my heart and soul, filled with love, joy, and peace about my time in green and gold,” Rodgers said.

“I grew up in Green Bay, drafted at 21, fell in love with the game, met some lifelong friends, and take with me memories that will last a lifetime,” Rodgers said.


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“To the fans, thank you, you made every run out of the tunnel special, every home game magical, and it was my honor to be your QB. To my teammates, I love you all, and am thankful for the moments on and off the field that brought us close,” Rodgers wrote. 

“I played with legends, I played with friends; thanks for believing in me and having my back always.

“This is not the end for us, I will see you again Green Bay, you’ll always have my heart.”

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