The Packers quarterback has a tattoo for the first time in his life, and on Wednesday, he shared it on social media.
Even though I could try to describe the tattoo in this post, I think it would be much simpler if I just gave you a photo of it.
"There is a profound and significant tale and relationship to every single component of this work of art, and one day I'll reveal a bit more about that. Right now, just be grateful.
"There is a profound and significant tale and relationship to every single component of this work of art, and one day I'll reveal a bit more about that.
For the time being, I'm just grateful for the patience and talent of @balazsbercsenyi," the former Green Bay Packers player posted on Instagram in reference to Balazs Bercsenyi.
And Rodgers appears to be advancing, sporting his first-ever body art, a new "deep and important tattoo."
Himself is also aware of the particular challenges the offensive and he will face in the 2022 campaign.
The 32-team evaluation of strengths and shortcomings identified the rookies' early-season pressure as "one of the worst in the league" and admitted it.
Rodgers will need to start focusing on the opening of Packers training camp on July 26 after the ink has dried.