Aaron Rodgers’ Brother Got A Job At ESPN By Being A Fuckboy On “The Bachelorette”

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Whether or not he finds true love, Jordan Rodgers is going to be walking away from The Bachelorette a happy man. Jordan, a contestant on the show and brother of Aaron Rodgers, is reportedly more interested in reeling in that college girl poontang than he is in settling down with a bachelorette.

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Yep. SEC Network execs were clearly watching too much The Bachelorette and thought he’d be the perfect guy to bring on board. Every Bachelorette fan is also a fan of a college football safety decapitating a crossing wide receiver, leaving him with debilitating CTE and ruining his college dreams. The network crossover is perfect.

Rodgers is a former Vanderbilt quarterback, starting for the Commodores in 2011 and 2012. I’m sure being the brother of Aaron Rodgers didn’t hurt his chances at landing a gig either.

What makes this better though is this was supposedly Jordan Rodgers’ plan all along.

Reports say he went on the show to begin with only to get his career on-camera profile up. I mean, sure as hell beats a handwritten resume.

From US Magazine:

After Us broke the news in March that former NFL quarterback Rodgers, 27, would court her on the ABC series, Fletcher, 25, received ‘multiple warnings’ from pals about her suitor’s shady intentions, a source says.

‘Jordan was seeing another girl,’ reveals a second insider. ‘He only went on the show to land sports commentator gigs.’

At first, I thought, “I don’t know man, JoJo is pretty cute.” And then I scrolled through this dude’s Instagram page.

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Oh yeah. Dude’s a fuckboy. No doubt.

JoJo is like 24 years old. She’s way too old for him. Rodgers’ wheelhouse are those 18-to-21-year-old chicks. Good work if you can get it, I guess.

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