Aaron Rodgers will CONTINUE doing his weekly segment on the ‘Pat McAfee Show’ after it moved to ESPN, with Jets quarterback set to debut for new team on Monday vs. Bills
- Aaron Rodgers will appear on the popular show each Tuesday, he said
- He’ll make his regular season debut for the Jets at MetLife Stadium next week
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Aaron Rodgers’ weekly appearance on the ‘Pat McAfee Show’ will continue following the show’s move to ESPN, the quarterback confirmed on Thursday.
Rodgers had his own segment on the show when it was produced by FanDuel – and when he was with the Packers – over the last three seasons.
In fact, the four-time MVP even announced his intention to play for the Jets on the program.
On Thursday, the show made its ESPN debut and Rodgers stopped by as well.
‘I will not be censoring myself so if you gotta’ go over, watch it at different places, I will be the same old, same old and I look forward to speaking with you all,’ Rodgers said.
Pat McAfee was delighted to announce that Aaron Rodgers’ weekly segment would continue
Aaron Rodgers will look to get the Jets off to a strong start this Monday vs. the Bills
The Jets passer said he’d be appearing on the show each Tuesday.
ESPN censored McAfee – known for his sometimes colorful language – when he used the f-word on Thursday, muting the broadcast for a short period of time.
According to the New York Post, McAfee signed a five-year, $85million deal with ESPN.
His contract at FanDuel was reportedly worth $120million over four years.
Rodgers and the Jets are gearing up for their season opener vs. the Bills on Monday night at MetLife Stadium.
Expectations for Gang Green are unsurprisingly high after the quarterback’s arrival, but the team has a brutal start to the season.
After facing the Bills, the Jets’ next five games are against the Cowboys, Patriots, Chiefs, Broncos and Eagles.