Aaron Rodgers Net Worth – $50,000,000

Aaron Rodgers Salary 2013 – $14,000,000

Aaron Rodgers Contract – 6 years / $65,000,000 Green Bay Packers NFL Salary 2013 for Aaron Rodgers is $9,000,000


Aaron Rodgers Net Worth is $40,000,000 and Aaron Rodgers Salary 2013 is $14,000,000.  Aaron Rodgers is a MVP NFL Quarterback for the Green Bay Packers. Aaron Rodgers was born in Chico, California, where he spent his early childhood and high school years there. In high school Aaron Rodgers threw for 4,421 yards in only 2 seasons, and had records of the most touchdowns and all purpose yards in one game. Despite his stellar high school performance and excellent academic stature, Rodgers was only offered by one division 1 team in the NCAA, Illinois. Instead of going to Illinois, Rodgers attended a junior college near his house where he threw 26 touchdowns his freshmen year and led his team to a 10-1 record. With his performance in junior college, Rodgers was recruited by the University of California, Berkeley where he became one of the best starting quarterbacks even in the program. Forgoing his senior year, Aaron Rodgers was expected to be the number one overall pick in the 2005 draft, but the San Francisco 49ers picked Alex Smith instead, and Rodgers fell to the 24th overall pick in the draft to the Green Bay Packers. As Brett Farve’s backup QB, Rodgers had to wait until the 2008 NFL Season to finally get a starting  job with the Green Bay Packers. With Rodgers at the helm he proved that he was one of the best quarterbacks in the league on par with Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, and Tom Brady by throwing for over 4,000 yards in his first year as a starter. Since then, Rodgers has only continued to excel in the NFL with 3 Pro-Bowl Appearances, 2 All-Pro Awards,  AP NFL MVP Award, Super Bowl Champion, Super Bowl MVP, and the 2011 Athlete of the Year. Rodgers also holds key records in the NFL such as the Highest Passer Rating in NFL History with 125.9 and the Lowest Interception Percentage with 00.7%. With the Green Bay Packers coming off a lost from Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers in 2012, Rodgers is eager to prove that he can lead his team to the Super Bowl again, and that he is the best quarterback in the league.  However, with teams like the Vikings with Adrian Peterson, Lions with Calvin Johnson and Matt Stafford, and the Bears with Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall, Rodgers will have a lot of work to do to lead his team to playoffs again.

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