Aaron Rodgers Rings

Aaron Rodgers Rings

Aaron Rodgers is one of the best quarterbacks to have ever played the game. He is an eccentric persona both on and off the field. Aaron Rodgers was about to end his 17 year long stint with the Green Bay Packers after the 2021 season but he signed a massive $200 million four-year extension deal with them in 2022. Expect to see more of his trademark ‘championship belt’ celebration as a Packers player. Rodgers won two consecutive NFL MVP awards (2020 and 2021). Rodgers has racked up 22 playoff appearances for the Packers to date and looks to make it to a Super Bowl after winning his maiden ring in Super Bowl XLV.

NameAaron Charles Rodgers
Date of BirthDecember 2, 1983
Drafted ByGreen Bay Packers
Draft Year2005 (1st round, 24th pick )
Rings count1
Ring years2011
Won Championship withGreen Bay Packers

How many rings does Aaron Rodgers have?

Aaron Rodgers has had a long career in the NFL. However, the ace passer has won one Super Bowl ring to date.

What year did Aaron Rodgers win his ring?

Aaron Rodgers won the Super Bowl ring in 2011 after making it to the Super Bowl off a successful 2010 NFL season. He won the ring in Super Bowl XLV in 2011 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

What team did Aaron Rodgers win the Super Bowl with?

Aaron Rodgers won the Super Bowl with the Green Bay Packers. The Packers made it to Super Bowl XLV after entering the playoffs as a wildcard (seed number 6). They defeated the number 2 seeded Chicago Bears to win the NFC Championship and book a berth in the Super Bowl against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Rodgers won the Super Bowl MVP honor along with his first Super Bowl ring as the Packers defeated the Steelers 31-25. Rodgers threw for 304 yards along with making three touchdown passes.

How many Super Bowls has Aaron Rodgers played in?

Aaron Rodgers has played in only one Super Bowl to date. He played the 2011 Super Bowl (XLV) as a Green Bay Packers player. He came close to Super Bowl appearances in 2014, 2016, and 2019 when the Packers lost Conference titles and missed out on a berth in the most important game of the postseason.

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