Of All The Athletes Who Wished Us A Happy 4th Of July, Aaron Rodgers Clearly Loves America The Most (Pics)

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A lot of professional athletes wished us a happy 4th of July on social media yesterday. They had to, really, or we would have had to assume they don’t love America, which is sick and wrong.

Anyway, most of these social media posts involved the stars and stripes in one way or another. Some athletes were holding flags, a la Houston Texans superstar J.J. Watt:

#repost @dtexanz Happy 4th of July! #America

A post shared by JJ Watt (@justinjames99) on

Some athletes, like Tom Brady, were too lazy to actually hold the flag, so instead they just stood there and pointed at it:  

A post shared by Tom Brady (@tombrady) on

But most athletes posted pictures of themselves and their family and friends wearing the stars and stripes:

Drop a send the location….

A post shared by Seth Curry (@sdotcurry) on

If you can’t tell, we like America A post shared by Justin Thomas (@justinthomas34) on

Happy Fourth of July from the #BoshFamily Celebrate with your family, community, and country! Stay safe. #FourthOfJuly

A post shared by Chris Bosh (@chrisbosh) on

Representing Happy birthday my love! #Merica #USAalltheway A post shared by Lindsey Vonn (@lindseyvonn) on

Happy 4th @allisonstokke

A post shared by R I C K I E (@rickiefowler) on

 

However, nobody—and I mean nobody—wore the stars and stripes better than Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He rocked a sequined red, white, and blue Panama hat, a sequined red, white, and blue bow tie, some red, white, and blue sunglasses, and a sleeveless t-shirt with some majestic-ass wolves standing in front of an American flag.

Take a look: 

Happy Birthday America! #4thofjuly #merica #pregamingthepregame #wolfamerica #hashtag A post shared by Aaron Rodgers (@aaronrodgers12) on

Congratulations, Aaron Rodgers. You clearly love America the mostest.

Hat Tip – [FTW]

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