While most of the stars of the NFL are enjoying their holidays or recovering from their injuries for the next season, Aaron Rodgers is fulfilling a dream. The Green Bay Packers quarterback, awaiting the start of training camps, has made his debut as a television presenter on one of his favorite shows: ‘Jeopardy!’.
It was last January that it was announced that Aaron Rodgers would be a guest host on ‘Jeopardy!’, a game show. The quarterback was selected by the production of the show, who have not found a permanent host after the death of the presenter, Alex Trebek, who died at the end of 2020 at the age of 80. This is a never before seen facet of the player of the NFL.
The Packers player recorded 2 weeks of episodes in the month of February, just after the season of the NFL. It is worth remembering that the quarterback’s campaign ended on January 24, when Green Bay fell in the NFC title game against the Tampa Buccaneers, who entered the Super Bowl and raised the Vince Lombardi trophy there.
Big challenge for Aaron Rodgers
The official networks of the television program published advances of what will be transmitted from this Monday, along with the statements of the star of the NFL about its preparation process. «I saw hours and hours and hours of episodes. Fortunately Netflix has a few seasons and I went back to DVR. But he had to look at it from a different perspective, from Alex’s perspective. I could no longer see him as a fan.
«I took pages and pages and pages of notes. I wrote all the affirmations he said to any type of clue. I wrote down how I would respond if they didn’t get it right. I scored the rhythm points of the program. I took note of all the different ways it would take it to break up. I wrote down the things he said coming out of the breakup. Literally, I studied for this like no other »he assured Aaron Rodgers.
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