Aaron Rodgers getting kissed on the head by a Packers fan is like a scene from ‘The Office’
Aaron Rodgers had an intimate moment with a Packers fan during the team’s “Welcome Back Luncheon” on Wednesday.
“If our stadium’s ready to go, it’s important to have that game at home,” coach Bill O’Brien said, according to McClain. “Maybe it gives our fans a chance, for three hours at least, to cheer and kind of forget about the trials and tribulations of what would be the last two weeks.
The NFL could also decide to move the game to a neutral site. That’s what Major League Baseball did with the Astros-Rangers series scheduled for the week after Harvey made landfall. The series was moved to Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla.
NRG Stadium did not sustain much damage, and roads in the area are passable, according to McClain. But no decision has been made at this point about Week 1.
Rodgers values his privacy and personal space, but has had brief moments when he chooses to share something more than just his thoughts on football. In 2015, he took a moment during a postgame press conference to denounce a fan for yelling a prejudicial comment about Muslims during the game.
The quarterback told ESPN that he’s sometimes envious Cheap Penguins Jerseys of NBA players who are more free to speak about social issues due to structural differences like guaranteed contracts. Rodgers said that “fear of job security” is part of the reason gay players in the NFL may fear coming out.
One of those players was Ryan O’Callaghan — a former Patriots and Chiefs offensive lineman who played with Rodgers in college at Cal. O’Callaghan came out in an Cheap Official NHL Jerseys interview with OutSports.com in June and said he had long contemplated suicide.