Looks like Aaron Rodgers will be busy this off season.
The Green Bay Packers Quarterback is getting into the producing game.
Rodgers is teaming up with American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson director Anthony Hemingway and Amazon Studios for the college football drama Work Horses.
NFL MVPs Rodgers and Desmond Howard, who also holds a Heisman trophy and is currently an ESPN analyst, will executive produce the film alongside Ryan Rottman (Billionaire Boys Club) and Hemingway will produce the project with former LSU receiver Abram Booty and Nate Raabe. With Amazon already showing NFL games during the week and having streamed several football documentaries, the Work Horses project represents another move by the Jennifer Salke-run streaming service for distinctly wide appeal in its offerings. Beyond Game of Thrones and people with capes in tights, few things entice and entertain America as much as football, as last night’s Thursday Night Football ratings revealed.
Rodgers is on the back nine of his NFL career.
If he keeps having seasons like the one he’s stuck in currently, don’t expect him to play til he’s 40 years old.
If he can find other things that he enjoys, no point for him to play out past his contract. He has enough money, and one ring to last a lifetime.
Plus he has Danica to keep him busy, for now.
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