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Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers is a well-known American football quarterback who played for the National Football League’s Green Bay Packers (NFL). After playing college football in California, he achieved multiple career throwing records, as well as the lowest single-season and career interception rates.

In addition, he was chosen by the Packers in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft. After working with Brett Favre for the first three years of his NFL career, he took over as the starting quarterback for the Packers in 2008. He was also named Super Bowl MVP and won the game in Super Bowl XLV. Furthermore, he was selected Associated Press Athlete of the Year in 2011 and Associated Press League MVP for the 2011 and 2014 NFL seasons.

Several sportscasters and players now see him as one of the best quarterbacks of all time. Below are his top 60 quotations that will inspire you to win.

  1. “Authenticity is everything! You have to wake up every day and look in the mirror, and you want to be proud of the person who’s looking back at you. And you can only do that if you’re being honest with yourself and being a person of high character. You have an opportunity every single day to write that story of your life.”― Aaron Rodgers
  2. “Surround yourself with really good people. I think that’s an important thing. Because the people you surround yourself are a reflection of you.”― Aaron Rodgers
  3. “The NCAA makes so much money off of their kids, and they put ridiculous – absolutely ridiculous – restrictions on everything that they can do.”― Aaron Rodgers
  4. “I think you need to be intentional at times about your leadership – where you’re eating lunch, who you’re interacting with, making guys feel like you’re interested in what they’re doing. If it’s authentic, then it’s going to be an easy conversation and easy hangout time.”― Aaron Rodgers
  5. “You always have to be on at times, and occasionally people get upset if you say no to a picture when you’re eating dinner or something, and that’s kind of the hard part. Or if you get crazy rumors that swirl around you from time to time that are just silly.”― Aaron Rodgers
  6. “To me, the flag represents the greatest ideals of the United States of America, not the worst, but different people look at different things and have different feelings about it. That’s what freedom of expression is all about.”― Aaron Rodgers
  7. “The beauty of our country is that when it was founded that they took some time to lay out civil liberties in the first 10 Amendments – the Bill of Rights. I’m a firm believer in those civil liberties and the ability to have your own opinion.”― Aaron Rodgers
  8. “Five letters here just for everybody out there in Packer-land: R-E-L-A-X, Relax. We’re going to be OK.”― Aaron Rodgers
  9. “I think as you get older, you realize there’s always going to be critics. Critics are going to win every time because they can change their critique based on the stats and their own personal feelings. It’s less about proving people wrong, the critics wrong, and it’s more about challenging myself to keep this level up.”― Aaron Rodgers
  10. “I think some people forget sometimes I do have to go to the grocery store; I do enjoy going out to dinner. I have to get my oil changed from time to time. I do all the normal things. I cut my grass. People kind of forget that normal part, that we do a lot of the stuff that everybody else does, but we all have our talents, and mine is in football.”― Aaron Rodgers
  11. “I think, because of the lack of guaranteed contracts in the league, there’s hesitancy to speaking your minds at times. But I feel like there could be a movement beginning where guys are feeling a little more comfortable talking about things that are important to them.”― Aaron Rodgers
  12. “I’m just going to say I’m not gay. I really, really like women. That’s all I can really say about that.”― Aaron Rodgers
  13. “I know my role on this team, and I’m expected to prepare and to perform every week and play well. I relish that opportunity – to be somebody the guys can count on week in and week out, to play really well. That’s what really motivates me: to make my coaches proud, my teammates proud, and the fans proud.”― Aaron Rodgers
  14. “For me, it’s always been about preparation, and the more prepared I can be each week, the less pressure I feel and the more confident I am. As your confidence grows, it’s only natural that the pressure you feel diminishes.”― Aaron Rodgers
  15. “I think Jesus was about bringing people together and connecting people in love, hanging out with the people who other people didn’t want to hang out with. Spending time with the worst of the worst because He knew those are the people who needed Him most.”― Aaron Rodgers
  16. “IT TAKES A CAREER, A LIFETIME, TO BUILD UP A REPUTATION, AND ONLY ONE MISSTEP FOR IT ALL TO CRUMBLE AWAY.”― AARON RODGERS
  17. “I wanted to really ingrain myself in the culture and the people. And I apologize about having an allergy to dairy products that gives me some irritable bowels, but other than that, I mean, I’ve embraced just about everything else Wisconsin – especially when it comes to sports, but also the people and the interactions with our fans.”― Aaron Rodgers
  18. “I’ve gotten to learn what’s important in life and what’s not important, and what to spend energy on and what not to. I don’t have a family like some of my teammates, but I have a lot of things pulling at me that I have to put my energy into.”― Aaron Rodgers
  19. “The majority of the time, they take air out of the football. I think that, for me, is a disadvantage.”― Aaron Rodgers
  20. “There should be a minimum on the air pressure but not a maximum. Every game, they’re taking air out of the footballs I’m throwing, and I think that’s a disadvantage for the way that I like them prepped.”― Aaron Rodgers
  21. “I think it is all about finding ways to challenge yourself.”― Aaron Rodgers
  22. “You play it the way you always play it. You look for matchups, and you go through your progression, and you throw it to the guy who’s most open.”― Aaron Rodgers
  23. “How you deal with adversity says a lot about the kind of players you’ve got and the kind of team we’ve got.”― Aaron Rodgers
  24. “I don’t think God cares a whole lot about the outcome. He cares about the people involved, but I don’t think he’s a big football fan.”― Aaron Rodgers
  25. “I’m fulfilling my dreams that I had as a kid every single day.”― Aaron Rodgers
  26. “I feel like I’ve set the bar fairly high, and I want to keep living up to that bar.”― Aaron Rodgers
  27. “That’s what really motivates me: to make my coaches proud, my teammates proud, and the fans proud.”― Aaron Rodgers
  28. “I look for my opportunities, not trying to go outside of my genuine realm, because leadership has to be genuine and authentic.”― Aaron Rodgers
  29. “The beautiful thing about the NFL season is to see a team come together after they get to know each other in the spring and summer. You then go through adversity together and see how you respond. The teams that can respond in a positive way are the teams that are going to be there in the end.”― Aaron Rodgers
  30. “I’m fulfilling my dreams that I had as a kid every single day. That’s why I’m trying to enjoy it so much.”― Aaron Rodgers
  31. “This is what we get paid to do, is to bring it every week, and I hope the guys would say I bring it every week. I mean, I love this game, and I bring energy.”― Aaron Rodgers
  32. “I THINK THAT, AS ATHLETES, SOMETIMES WE HAVE THE OPPORTUNITIES TO MAKE AN IMPACT. WHEN IT’S AUTHENTIC, I THINK THERE’S ROOM TO SHARE YOUR OPINION IN AN APPROPRIATE WAY.”― AARON RODGERS
  33. “We got to think of other ways to help these kids out because there’s a lot of kids who get hurt in college and then don’t make it to the NFL and don’t have insurance, and their entire lives are changed when they put their bodies on the line for their school.”― Aaron Rodgers
  34. “I think as you get older, you realize there’s always going to be critics. Critics are going to win every time because they can change their critique based on the stats and their own personal feelings.― Aaron Rodgers
  35. “You talk all the time about being connected, being a unit, believing in each other. But if you have unnamed sources, people out there cutting you down, and then you find out it’s the person calling the plays – that would be really hard to deal with, to look at him the same way.”― Aaron Rodgers
  36. “When I’m out there, you just have to react. That’s why you work on those throws. When you’re in the moment, you can’t think to yourself, ‘How do I get this to go 47 yards and be 2 yards inside the sideline?’”― Aaron Rodgers
  37. “I’ve spent years trying to time up my drops with my throws. You learn to listen to your feet and trust your positions.”― Aaron Rodgers
  38. “Touch is more important than arm strength. You want to really allow the receiver to run underneath the throw. It’ll give you a little margin for error if you undershoot it a bit.”― Aaron Rodgers
  39. “I want to be the best. I want to be counted on by my teammates. I want to be counted on by this organization and the fans. I want to be someone they know is going to bring it every single week. I prepare to be the best.”― Aaron Rodgers
  40. “I just don’t think it’s appropriate talking about family stuff publicly.”― Aaron Rodgers
  41. “I think there needs to be modified penalties in training camp because there’s severely modified compensation in training camp for all of us.”― Aaron Rodgers
  42. “I went to University of Illinois team camp. And that was a big deal for me. I got MVP of the camp, but they offered another kid from the camp, which was fine. I laughed with the couple coaches I know who were there at the time, who were part of recruiting the other guy.”― Aaron Rodgers
  43. “I still feel like I’ve got a lot of great football in front of me and the way that I’ve taken care of myself better the last few years. I think is going to put me in position to be able to play really well late in my 30s and even in my early 40s, possibly, if they’d like to keep me around that long and I can still play a little bit.”― Aaron Rodgers
  44. “I know a lot is going to be on our shoulders, especially the way we’re starting games out. We have to start faster; I have to be sharper from the start, and I will be. And I’m confident that if we can get this thing started out a little better each week that we can get on that roll and be tough to stop.”― Aaron Rodgers
  45. “As you get older, and this is a young man’s game, and people say, ‘Well, there’s no way I can keep up running the way I’m running; there’s no way my arm is going to stay as strong as it is.’ It’s the challenge of trying to stay in my tip-top shape year in and year out so I can keep playing the way I want to play.”― Aaron Rodgers
  46. “In general, when you have success on the field, you’re more popular, and you have that fame that comes with it. You realize you’re in the public eye more, and you’ve got to be a little bit more careful about some of the things you’re doing out in public and make sure you’re smart about the things you say.”― Aaron Rodgers
  47. “I think being recognized more is something you have to get used to, whether it’s here or in California or when I’m traveling. It’s more a part of my life. People recognize me from my play or a commercial I’ve done. It’s just a normal part of life now.”― Aaron Rodgers
  48. “When you’re throwing the football the way you want to, you’re not thinking about it. You’re not thinking about your drop or your release point or the trajectory or where your feet are. It’s just coming off your hand exactly the way you want it to, fluid and confident.”― Aaron Rodgers
  49. “When you really start figuring things out as a quarterback, you realize you don’t have to be perfect every time, but you do have to be quick and decisive.”― Aaron Rodgers
  50. “I’m at a point where there isn’t any wasted movement in the throwing motion. Everything is consistent and smooth. When I first got into the league, I held the ball really high. That was the standard in college, and it messed up my timing a little bit – the draw, bringing it back, then the release.”― Aaron Rodger
  51. “PLAYING THE QUARTERBACK POSITION, THERE ARE SO MANY THINGS YOU NEED TO MASTER THAT IMPROVEMENT ENDS UP TAKING PLACE ON GRADUATED LEVELS.”― AARON RODGERS
  52. “The thing I love about Wisconsin is the people. We have such incredible people here. It’s fun to recognize the incredible athletes and coaches and sponsors and people we have here tonight. But we also have incredible fans.”― Aaron Rodgers
  53. “I’ve gotten to know a lot of great people here in all the different sports. It’s fun. It’s fun to get involved where you live. And this is where I live. I’m a registered voter here. I have my Wisconsin driver’s license.”― Aaron Rodgers
  54. “There’s always going to be silly stuff out there in the media that you can’t worry too much about, and I don’t. We just keep on trucking, and I like the way my… I think there should be ‘professional is professional, and personal is personal,’ and that’s just how I’m going to keep it.”― Aaron Rodgers
  55. “When it comes to setting the market values, I let that stuff take care of itself. I know my value in this league, and I know the team appreciates me. I’m going to continue to make myself an indispensable part of this roster. When you do that, when your time comes up to get a contract, you usually get a contract extension.”― Aaron Rodgers
  56. “I’ve dealt with a lot of injuries over the years, and you just learn about pain management and how to keep yourself in the best shape to play on Sunday, and then playing with pain.”― Aaron Rodgers
  57. “As you get older, the summer is less of a vacation and more of a training period by yourself away from the team. It’s exciting for me. I felt like I’ve been really getting better as far as my conditioning every single season as I get older.”― Aaron Rodgers
  58. “Everybody eats a little differently, but the more where you are aware of what you put in your body and how it affects your performance, the better opportunities you have. And that’s what I’m trying to do.”― Aaron Rodgers
  59. “WHEN YOU’RE COMPETITIVE, THE LAST THING YOU WANT TO DO IS COME OUT OF A GAME, REGARDLESS OF WHAT KIND OF INJURY IT IS – WHETHER IT’S AN ANKLE, A KNEE, A RIB, OR A HEAD INJURY.”― AARON RODGERS
  60. “I like to push the limit to how much air we can put in the football, even go over what they allow you to do and see if the officials take air out of it.”― Aaron Rodgers