And although Green Bay, Wis., is sort of a methods from Chico, the Rodgers household seemingly remained as supportive as might be.
Ed, Darla, Luke, Jordan and the brothers’ maternal grandparents, Barbara and Chuck Pittman, had been all in Arlington, Texas, when the Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers to win Super Bowl XLV in 2011, three years after Rodgers had taken the staff reins from veteran quarterback Brett Favre. Rodgers threw for 304 yards for 3 touchdowns with no interceptions and was named Super Bowl MVP.
Interviewing Ed earlier than the large recreation, a author for Dallas News‘ Sports Day famous that there was no proof in his chiropractic workplace of who his son was.
“Just my way, I guess,” Ed stated. “I don’t go strutting my stuff. People here kind of know me and what’s happening.” That being stated, he could not have sounded prouder.
“I knew Aaron had a special gift,” Ed additionally told The New York Times earlier than the sport, “but you never think your kid is going to wind up in the Super Bowl.”
The elder Rodgers additionally instructed a narrative a couple of good friend of his who complimented Aaron on his recreation. “Aaron was like, ‘Yeah, but you should see my brother. He’s better.’ The gentleman turned to me and said, ‘You know, that response is really rare.'” Ed added, “Aaron has always had this interesting combination of being really humble and extremely confident.”