Aaron Rodgers is a busy guy, what with winning the Super Bowl on Sunday with his team, the Green Bay Packers. But still the Packers quarterback and game MVP still had time to swing through NYC on Monday for a visit to The Late Show With David Letterman. He and Dave chatted about his title belt, how he felt during the game and why it’s not good to punch people during a game. Dave even received a pass from the talented QB!
Dave wanted to know if A-Rodg has to be a leader just because he’s the quarterback, or if there can be more than one leader on a team.
“I do have to be one of the leaders, but I think it takes multiple leaders to have a lockerroom that functions properly, and thankfully a guy like Charles [Woodson] comes in with his reputation and his experience and with the way he plays and he’s got instant credibility with the guys,” Aaron explained. “He’s taken on more of a speaking role this year in the lockerroom and me, I’m more of a leader by example.”
The funny host followed up with a slight dig at former QB Brett Favre, who has retired more than a few times, by asking, “So, you think you’ll play next year?
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