Aaron Rodgers knows that Packers stock is worthless, and he simply wanted everybody else to know it as well.
On the Pardon My Take podcast, the Green Bay Packers quarterback called the stock “a piece of paper that has zero actual value.”
“I actually own you because I’m a Packers owner,” he said. “So I own you, you own him.”
“You own a piece of paper that has zero actual value?” Rodgers said.
“You own a piece of paper that has 0 actual value” – Aaron Rodgers on owning Packers stock😂 pic.twitter.com/3Mojd0fY2c
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Green Bay sold over 198,000 stocks at $300 per share when concluding its sixth stock sale in February. Unfortunately for them, the investors cannot resell the stock or earn any dividends.
By the time the team do something like this again, Rodgers will be long gone from the team.
Aaron Rodgers is coming off another individually great season, as he amassed 4,115 passing yards and 37 touchdowns against just four interceptions in 2021. Expect all eyes on Aaron Rodgers again in 2022, as he looks to lead the Packers back to the top of the NFL.