Clay Matthews, Aaron Rodgers read 'Superlatives' on Jimmy Fallon

Posted Sep 11, 2015

Packers stars join several other NFL big names for late-night cameo

Packers LB Clay Matthews and QB Aaron Rodgers both appeared briefly on NBC's "Tonight Show" starring Jimmy Fallon this week in the regular "Superlatives" segment, which included several other NFL stars.

The "Superlatives" segment involves people being "voted" as the winner of a random, fictitious category that often includes the intro "most likely to" do something. Each NFL player read his own superlative.

You can see Matthews' and Rodgers' "Superlatives" here:

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