Aaron Rodgers Looks Like a Boss With Jones’ Sombrero On
Aaron Rodgers finally looked like he had a little fun out there on Monday night. Coming off the Green Bay Packers win against the Detroit Lions, Rodgers and Aaron Jones met with the media after the game. He and Jones were the stars tonight, so, there was no surprise that those two talked to the media after the game. The Packers quarterback spoke with ESPN Deportes and John Sutcliffe, who is one of his guys. Sutcliffe talks to Rodgers about how Senor Cheesehead wanted to give Aaron Jones his sombrero. Rodgers mentions that he just wants tequila. I don’t blame him. What we ended up getting was Rodgers wearing the sombrero like the absolute boss he is.
Aaron Rodgers getting a sombrero pic.twitter.com/5YkFHlSuTK
— Justin Groc (@justgroc) September 21, 2021
From there, Rodgers rocked it going from the tunnel to the locker room with Davante Adams right next to him. Not surprising, the Packers quarterback looks perfect wearing it. Before anyone gets set to talk about cultural appropriation or any of that bullshit, I can tell you that Mexican Packers Twitter absolutely loved it. So don’t even start with me there (Looking at you, Florio).
Aaron Rodgers tras el partido del día de hoy con el clásico sombrero. ¿Qué más podemos pedir en esta gran noche?
¡Muy mexicano, Aaron! 🐐🇲🇽pic.twitter.com/dVnuLcWHlH
— Packers México (@Packers_Mx) September 21, 2021
Jones will forever be the sombrero wearer for this Packers’ organization. No better look than him walking on the plane with the big hat and the big shades. There is a certain amount of swag with it all. That said, Jones now has a buddy on the team that he can rock the sombrero with.
PS I’m happy this video exists. The big J’s aren’t allowed to take videos in the tunnel. Didn’t know that rule and this seemed like a lost cause after the originator deleted his tweet after likely getting yelled at by Packers’ PR.
We’re not allowed to take pictures or video as players come through the tunnel, but Aaron Rodgers just walked past us, took off his hat and put on Aaron Jones’ sombrero.
— Matt Schneidman (@mattschneidman) September 21, 2021
Score one for the good guys!