Aaron Rodgers’ Little Brother Will Try To Win JoJo Fletcher’s Heart On “The Bachelorette”

Jordan Rodgers

Will Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher soon be spending the holidays together? Well, there’s a one in 26 chance it will happen.  

Aaron’s younger brother Jordan Rodgers has been selected to appear on the upcoming season of “The Bachelorette.” JoJo is this season’s bachelorette. 

The 27-year-old is a former Vanderbilt quarterback. In his QA with ABC, he lists himself as a former professional quarterback. Jordan played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Miami Dolphins. He also played for the BC Lions in the Canadian Football League.

He lists his favorite movies as “Gladiator, Wedding Crashers, and Princess Bride.” 

JoJo appeared on “The Bachelor,” where she attempted to win Ben Higgins’ heart. She was unsuccessful but maybe everything happens for a reason. 

Here are some of the questions Rodgers answered: 

What are your three best attributes? Humor, energy, empathy

What’s the wildest thing you’ve done in the bedroom? Try to hang a TV on the wall without directions or a stud finder.

If you could do/have any job in the world, what would it be and why? Food Critic, so I could eat at all the best places all the time.

I love it when my date…: Wants to do something spontaneous.

I hate it when my date…: Doesn’t want to eat in front of me.

Who do you admire most in the world and why? My grandparents. They broke the mold after their generation. They are the most loving people and best example of love and selflessness. 

From his Instagram account, it also seems that Jordan enjoys working out and goofing around with friends. 

When you wake up at noon with no food…naturally you wear onesies to Kroger #themorningafter #nudeunderneath

A photo posted by Jordan Rodgers (@jrodgers11) on Jan 1, 2015 at 11:06am PST

Ummm…he’s with me #buckleup #milehighjade not sure why the trash bag gets the window

A photo posted by Jordan Rodgers (@jrodgers11) on Nov 18, 2014 at 6:10pm PST

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