Aaron Rodgers Says He Hasn’t Had This Much Fun In Years

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Since he was traded to the New York Jets in late April, Aaron Rodgers has been having more fun than he’s had in years.

Clearly taking advantage of the perks that come with working and living in the City That Never Sleeps, Rodgers has spent the last six weeks popping up at various high-profile sporting events, such as Knicks playoff games, and concerts, such as TWO of Taylor Swift’s three concerts at Metlife Stadium over Memorial Day Weekend.

As a result of his radically improved social life and the newfound excitement that comes with playing on a new team in a fresh city, Rodgers says that his time in the Big Apple has been the most fun he’s had “in a while.”

“The last six weeks have been about the most fun I’ve had in a while. It’s fun to come to work and be excited about what we’re doing,” Rodgers said, according to SNY.

Rodgers hasn’t only been in party mode, though, as he’s made plenty of appearances at Jets OTAs over the last month, where he’s been wowing coaches, players, and fans alike with his future Hall of Fame talents.

The Jets will certainly be hoping that Rodgers’ positive attitude translates to on-the-field production as the team looks to qualify for the postseason for the first time since 2010.

Despite the fact that Rodgers has yet to take an official snap for the New York Jets, he’s already had a seismic impact on the franchise as their now one of the top favorites to compete for next year’s Super Bowl, which is something you haven’t been able to say about the organization in some time, if ever.

Currently, only the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs, NFC-winning Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers, Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, and Dallas Cowboys have better Super Bowl betting odds than Rodgers and the Jets.

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