Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be wearing a Nike jersey when he takes the field for the Packers, but everything else he wears is going to be Adidas, as the Packers star quarterback agreed to an endorsement deal with the brand today.
MVP. Enough said.
— adidas Football US (@adidasFballUS) September 10, 2015
In Forbes’ latest list of the top 100 highest-paid athletes, Rodgers checked in at number 95. He is also joining Seattle Sehawks tight end Jimmy Graham and Philadelphia Eagles running back DeMarco Murray on team Adidas.
Rodgers is most famous for his endorsement deal with State Farm, in-which he appeared in “Discount Double Check” advertisements.
Hopefully for the Packers, he is holding up his second Lombardi trophy this year.
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