Although Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has seen it all in his career, the veteran continues to have new firsts. The 38-year-old recently shared a rare personal detail with his fans, revealing that he got inked for the first time in his life.
On Wednesday, Rodgers took to social media to show off pictures of his tattoo.
While the 38-year-old did not explain what the tattoo symbolizes, he said that it was something very "deep and meaningful". Itched to his left forearm, the eye-catching design features a third eye, astrology signs, two lions, an ocean and a lot more.
In the post, Rodgers wrote:
"First tattoo. From the 🐐 himself @balazsbercsenyi. Grateful for his mastery and friendship. There’s a deep and meaningful story and connection to absolutely each element of this art piece, and I’ll share a little more about that one day. For now, just thankful for @balazsbercsenyi and his patience and artistry."
Aaron Rodgers' new-look Packers head into new season with high expectations
Veteran Aaron Rogers enjoyed yet another MVP season with the Green Bay Packers last year, furthering his legacy as one of the greats of the game. However, the 38-year-old's wait for a second Super Bowl title continues.
The quarterback's desire to end that drought next season has taken a hit following the departure of wideout Davante Adams. Adams was traded to the Las Vegas Raiders, where he will team up with Derek Carr. He'll also be paired with the likes of Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller.
The Packers, meanwhile, will employ a rather new-look offense for 2022. Whether that leads to a change in fortunes, only time will tell. The franchise drafted rookies Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs and Samori Toure at receiver and added Sammy Watkins during the offseason.
Nonetheless, a lot will hinge on Rodgers and his ability to lead the franchise once again. Whether his tattoo can bring him some luck remains to be seen.