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Aaron Rodgers
QB #12
Height:
6-2
Weight:
225
Age:
30
College:
California
Experience:
10

Quick Stats (2013):

TDS
17
INT
6
YDS
2,536
RTG
104.9

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Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesPassingRushingFumbles
GGSCompAttYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
TOTAL 1,945 2,955 24,197 8.2 188 52 232 1,429 104.9 333 1,562 4.7 18 40 15
2013 GB 9 9 193 290 2,536 8.7 17 6 21 117 104.9 30 120 4 0 4 0
2012 GB 16 16 371 552 4,295 7.8 39 8 51 293 108 54 259 4.8 2 5 4
2011 GB 15 15 343 502 4,643 9.2 45 6 36 219 122.5 60 257 4.3 3 4 0
2010 GB 15 15 312 475 3,922 8.3 28 11 31 193 101.2 64 356 5.6 4 4 1
2009 GB 16 16 350 541 4,434 8.2 30 7 50 306 103.2 58 316 5.4 5 10 4
2008 GB 16 16 341 536 4,038 7.5 28 13 34 231 93.8 56 207 3.7 4 10 3
2007 GB 2 0 20 28 218 7.8 1 0 3 24 106 7 29 4.1 0 -- --
2006 GB 2 0 6 15 46 3.1 0 0 3 18 48.2 2 11 5.5 0 1 1
2005 GB 3 0 9 16 65 4.1 0 1 3 28 39.8 2 7 3.5 0 2 2
Recent Games
WKOppResultPassingRushingFumbles
CompAttPctYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
1 @SF L 28-34 21 37 56.8 333 9 3 1 2 11 102.6 2 13 6.5 0 -- --
2 WAS W 38-20 34 42 81 480 11.4 4 0 4 39 146 3 -3 -1 0 -- --
3 @CIN L 30-34 26 43 60.5 244 5.7 1 2 4 27 64.5 3 24 8 0 -- --
5 DET W 22-9 20 30 66.7 274 9.1 1 0 1 5 106.8 5 8 1.6 0 1 0
6 @BAL W 19-17 17 32 53.1 315 9.8 1 1 3 17 84.8 5 21 4.2 0 2 0
7 CLE W 31-13 25 36 69.4 260 7.2 3 0 1 7 117.8 4 12 3 0 -- --
8 @MIN W 44-31 24 29 82.8 285 9.8 2 0 2 3 130.6 6 31 5.2 0 -- --
9 CHI L 20-27 1 2 50 27 13.5 0 0 1 3 95.8 1 9 9 0 -- --
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17 @CHI W 33-28 25 39 64.1 318 8.2 2 2 3 5 85.2 1 5 5 0 1 0

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Biography

  • His career passer rating of 104.9 ranks No. 1 in NFL history (min. 1,500 attempts), more than eight points ahead of No. 2 Steve Young (96.8).
  • Ranks No. 1 in league history in career INT percentage (1.73) and TD/INT ratio (3.72, 171/46) and ranks No. 2 in career completion percentage (65.7).
  • Posted 21,332 passing yards from 2008-12, the most in NFL history by a QB in his first five seasons as a starter.
  • In 78 career regular-season starts (52-26 record), has posted 28 games with 300-plus passing yards, 43 without an interception and 46 with a 100-plus passer rating.
  • Has been selected to the Pro Bowl three of the last four seasons (2009, 2011-12) and was named the starting QB for the NFC each of the past two seasons.
  • In 2011, set an NFL record with a 122.5 passer rating and set franchise records for TD passes (45), passing yards (4,643), completion percentage (68.3), yards per attempt (9.25), TD/INT ratio (7.50) and 300-yard games (eight) on his way to earning NFL Most Valuable Player honors from The Associated Press.
  • Became only the fourth QB in NFL history to throw for 300 yards and three TDs with no INTs in a Super Bowl, taking home game MVP honors for Green Bay’s win over Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLV.
  • Went 17-5 as a starter at Cal, taking over in Week 5 of the 2003 season. Threw 43 TDs with only 13 interceptions over the course of his career and finished with a 150.27 career passing efficiency mark, the best in school history.


PRO HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Ranks No. 1 in NFL history (min. 1,500 attempts) with a career passer rating of 104.9, more than eight points ahead of No. 2 Steve Young (96.8).
  • Also ranks No. 1 in league history in career INT percentage (1.73) and TD/INT ratio (3.72, 171/46) and ranks No. 2 in career completion percentage (65.7).
  • In the franchise record books for a single season, holds four of the top five marks for passer rating (2009-12), two of the top three for passing TDs (2011-12), three of the top four for completion percentage (2010-12) and two of the top three for passing yards (2009, 2011).
  • Posted 21,332 passing yards from 2008-12, the most in NFL history by a QB in his first five seasons as a starter.
  • In 78 career regular-season starts (52-26 record), has posted 28 games with 300-plus passing yards, 43 without an interception and 46 with a 100-plus passer rating.
  • Has been selected to the Pro Bowl three of the last four seasons (2009, 2011-12) and was named the NFC’s starting QB each of the past two seasons.
  • Has helped the Packers average 28.1 points per game in his 78 career regular-season starts, No. 1 among NFL quarterbacks since 1950 (min. 50 starts).
  • Has registered a 100-plus passer rating each of the past four seasons (2009-12), joining Young (1991-94) as the only QBs in NFL history to accomplish that feat.
  • Set an NFL record among QBs whose careers started since 1970 with 43 games with a plus-100 passer rating in his first 75 starts, topping Tony Romo’s mark of 40.
  • When he hit the 150-TD mark for his career (Week 7 of 2012, at St. Louis), he had thrown just 42 INTs to that point, the fewest in NFL history as he surpassed Dan Marino’s mark of 69 INTs at the time of his 150th career TD pass.
  • Leads the league with 43 zero-INT games since 2008. Enters the 2013 season having not had a two-INT game in 39 straight regular-season starts, the longest streak by a QB since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.
  • Also enters the 2013 season having not thrown an INT in 144 consecutive passing attempts in the regular season, the longest current streak in the league.
  • Since taking over as the starter in 2008, ranks No. 1 in the NFL in passer rating (105.6) and yards per attempt (8.19) and No. 2 in the league in passing yards (21,332), passing TDs (170), INT percentage (1.7) and 25-yard passes (183).
  • Is the only QB in NFL history to register two seasons with 500-plus attempts and seven or fewer INTs (2009 and 2011) and is the only 4,000-yard passer in league annals to throw six or fewer INTs (2011).
  • Is the lone NFL QB since the merger to post four or more consecutive 110-plus rating games in three straight seasons (Weeks 3-4, 6-7 in 2009; Week 9, Weeks 11-13 in 2010; Weeks 1-7, 9-12 in 2011).
  • Threw a TD pass in 35 consecutive regular-season games at home from 2008-12, the second-longest streak in NFL history behind only Marino’s 39-game streak from 1983-88.
  • His combined passer rating of 114.9 from 2011-12 was the best two-season passer rating in NFL history (min. 700 attempts), topping Peyton Manning’s 113.0 rating from 2004-05.
  • Set the franchise record for the most passing TDs over a two-season span with 84 from 2011-12, which is also No. 2 in NFL history behind only Drew Brees’ 89 from 2011-12.
  • Led the league in passer rating (108.0), TD percentage (7.1) and TD/INT ratio (4.88, 39/8) in 2012 and finished No. 2 in passing TDs (39) and No. 3 in completion percentage (67.2).
  • Threw 25 TD passes in the first nine games in 2012, becoming the first QB in NFL history to throw 25-plus TD passes in the opening nine contests of two different seasons (28 TDs in 2011).
  • Set the NFL single-season record for passer rating with a 122.5 rating in 2011, topping the previous mark held by Manning (121.1 in ’04). Was the first Packer to lead the league in the category since the system was implemented in 1973.
  • In 2011, set league records for the most 100-plus rating games (13), most 110-plus rating games (12) and tied the NFL mark for the most 140-plus rating games (four).
  • Also in 2011, set franchise records for TD passes (45), passing yards (4,643), completion percentage (68.3), yards per attempt (9.25), TD/INT ratio (7.50), 300-yard games (eight), and tied the team mark for INT percentage (1.20) on his way to earning NFL Most Valuable Player honors from The Associated Press.
  • Became only the fourth QB in NFL annals to throw for 300 yards/three TDs/zero INTs in a Super Bowl, taking home game MVP honors for Green Bay’s win over Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLV.
  • Is the only QB in NFL history to throw for more than 4,000 yards in each of his first two seasons (2008-09) as a starter.
  • Has a 110.1 passer rating in divisional games, the best career passer rating in league history since the NFL went to a divisional format in 1967.
  • With 18 career rushing TDs, ranks No. 2 in franchise history among QBs behind only Tobin Rote (29). Joins Rote (1954-56) as the only QBs in team annals to post three straight seasons with four-plus rushing TDs (2008-10).
  • Has rushed for 250-plus yards each of the past four seasons (2009-12), joining Rote (five straight, 1954-58) as the only QBs in team history to accomplish that feat.
  • Has been named NFC Offensive Player of the Week seven times in his career (Weeks 13 and 16 of 2010; Weeks 1, 4 and 9 in 2011; Weeks 4 and 6 in 2012) and NFC Offensive Player of the Month six times (October 2009, December 2010, September, October and November 2011, and October 2012).


2012 SEASON
: Started all 16 regular-season games and both playoff contests…Selected to the Pro Bowl for the second straight season and third time in four seasons…Named the starting QB for the NFC squad for the second consecutive season but did not participate in the game due to ankle and knee injuries…Earned second-team All-Pro honors from AP…Was named to the All-NFC team by Pro Football Weekly/PFWA… Completed 371 of 552 passes (67.2 percent) for 4,295 yards and 39 TDs with just eight INTs for a 108.0 passer rating...Led the league in passer rating for the second straight season and also led the league in TD percentage (7.1) and TD/INT ratio (4.88, 39/8)...Became the first NFL quarterback to lead the league in passer rating in back-to-back seasons since Peyton Manning did so in three straight seasons (2004-06)…Threw 39 TD passes, good for No. 2 in the league and tied for No. 2 in single-season team annals behind only his 45 in 2011…Threw 25 TD passes in the opening nine games of the season, becoming the first QB in NFL history to throw 25-plus TD passes in the first nine games in two different seasons (28 TD passes in 2011)…Finished No. 3 in the league in completion percentage (67.2), good for No. 2 in team history behind only his 68.3 percentage in ’11…Ranked No. 1 in the NFL in passer rating (110.8) and yards per attempt (9.01) on third down…Finished No. 2 in the league in passer rating (109.9) and TD percentage (36.4) in the red zone…Ranked No. 4 in the NFL in passer rating (117.4) and No. 2 in TD passes (14) against the blitz…Vs. San Francisco (Sept. 9): Opened the season by completing 30 of 44 passes for 303 yards and two TDs with one INT. It marked one of only two 300-yard passing games by a QB against the 49ers on the season…Vs. New Orleans (Sept. 30): Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance, connecting on 31 of 41 passes for 319 yards and four TDs. Helped the offense produce a season-high 30 first downs, the most by the Packers since they had 31 at Detroit on Nov. 12, 1989…At Indianapolis (Oct. 7): Completed 21 of 33 passes for 243 yards and three TDs with one INT. Led the team in rushing with a regular-season career-high 57 yards on five carries (11.4 avg.)…At Houston (Oct. 14): Had one of the finest performances of his prolific career, completing 24 of 37 passes for 338 yards and a career-high six TDs. The six TD passes tied Matt Flynn (vs. Detroit, Jan. 1, 2012) for the single-game franchise record. Became just the fourth QB in NFL history to throw for 330-plus yards, six TDs and no INTs in a game, joining Tom Brady, Mark Rypien and Y.A. Tittle. Was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance…At St. Louis (Oct. 21): Continued his momentum by throwing for 342 yards and three TDs on 30-of-37 passing with no INTs. His 81.1 completion percentage was the second highest of his career and set a team record among QBs with 35-plus attempts in a game. His three TD passes gave him 16 between Weeks 4-7, a franchise record for the most TD passes over a four-game span. His 5-yard TD pass to WR Randall Cobb in the third quarter was the 150th in Rodgers’ career in the regular season. With the TD pass, he broke Marino’s record (69) for the fewest career INTs (42) at the time of his 150th career TD pass. Reached the 150-TD mark in his 76th career game, the second-best mark in NFL history behind only Marino (62)…Vs. Jacksonville (Oct. 28): Connected on 22 of 35 passes for 186 yards and two TDs, the second of which moved him past Bart Starr for No. 2 all-time in franchise history with 153. The two TD throws gave him 21 TD passes in the first eight games as he became the first QB in NFL history to throw for 20-plus TDs in the opening eight games of back-to-back seasons. Also set the franchise record for the most TD passes over a five-game span with 18…At Detroit (Nov. 18): Completed 19 of 27 passes for 236 yards and two TDs with one INT. His 106.4 passer rating was his ninth consecutive 100-plus rating in indoor games (including postseason). Threw a game-winning 22-yard TD pass to Cobb with 1:55 remaining to give Green Bay a 21-20 lead in the 24-20 win…At Chicago (Dec. 16): Led an efficient offensive effort to help the Packers clinch their second straight NFC North title. The win marked Green Bay’s 12th straight in the division, tied for the longest streak in the league since realignment in 2002. Connected on 23 of 36 attempts for 291 yards and three TDs with no INTs. Fired all three of his TD passes to WR James Jones on a series of four possessions between the second and third quarters that turned a 7-0 deficit into a 21-7 lead…Vs. Tennessee (Dec. 23): Led the Packers to a 55-7 win, a point total that was tied for the third most in franchise history and the most since Oct. 2, 1983 (55 vs. Tampa Bay). Threw for 342 yards and three TDs with no INTs on 27-of-38 passing for a 125.1 passer rating before being relieved early in the fourth quarter…At Minnesota (Dec. 30): Threw for a season-high 365 yards and four TDs with no INTs on 28-of-40 passing. The 131.8 passer rating was the fifth highest of his career on the road as the Packers put up 34 points, their most in Minnesota since 2004…Vs. Minnesota (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 5): Continued his postseason efficiency, completing 23 of 33 passes for 274 yards and a TD with no INTs in what was the first home playoff victory of his career as a starter. Finished with a 104.9 passer rating, his fifth of 100-plus in seven postseason starts.

2011: Started 15 contests, resting the final game, and earned league MVP honors…Also started the team’s playoff contest…Completed 343 of 502 passes (68.3 percent) for 4,643 yards and 45 TDs with

just six INTs…Was also named first-team All-Pro by AP, Pro Football Weekly/PFWA, Sporting News and Sports Illustrated…Selected to the Pro Bowl for the second time, getting the starting nod for the NFC squad…Was named the Professional Athlete of the Year by Sporting News, the Male Athlete of the Year by AP, the NFC Offensive Player of the Year by the Committee of 101, the NFL Offensive Player of the Year by Sporting News, and the NFL MVP by Sports Illustrated…Won the Bert Bell Award from The Maxwell Club as the most outstanding Professional Player of the Year…Was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Month for September, October and November…Marked four straight months that he won the award (also December 2010), making him the first NFL player to accomplish that feat since the league began recognizing players on a monthly basis in 1986…Set the NFL single-season record with a 122.5 passer rating, topping the previous mark of 121.1 by Manning in ’04…Became the first Green Bay QB to lead the NFL in passer rating since the system was implemented in 1973…Set league records for the most 100-plus passer rating games (13), most 110-plus rating games (12) and tied the NFL mark for the most 140-plus rating games (four)…Set franchise records for TD passes (45), passing yards (4,643), completion percentage (68.3), yards per attempt (9.25), TD/INT ratio (7.50) and 300-yard games (eight), and tied Starr’s record (1966) for interception percentage (1.20)…Tied QB Brett Favre’s franchise record (1996) for the most games with four-plus TD passes (five)…Became just the third QB in league history to have 10 games with three-plus TD passes, joining Brady (2007) and Marino (1984)…Tied an NFL record with at least two TD passes in 13 straight games (Games 1-13)…Started the season with 11 consecutive 110-plus rating games, the longest single-season streak in NFL history as he topped Young’s mark of seven straight in 1994…Became the first 4,000-yard passer in NFL history to throw six or fewer INTs…His yards per attempt of 9.25 ranked No. 4 by an NFL quarterback since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger…Ranked No. 2 in the league with a 113.3 passer rating on third down, connecting on 80 of 122 passes (65.6 percent) for 1,136 yards and nine TDs with two INTs…Against the blitz, led the NFL with a 131.4 passer rating, a 68.0 completion percentage, and an average of 12.0 yards per attempt…His 131.4 rating against the blitz ranked No. 2 in the NFL since 1993, according to STATS LLC, behind only Manning’s 136.8 rating in 2004…Led the league with a 107.3 passer rating in the red zone…Vs. New Orleans (Sept. 8): Connected on 27 of 35 passes for 312 yards and three TDs with no INTs on his way to earning NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors. Was locked in from the start, completing 14 of 15 passes in the first quarter for 188 yards and three TDs, becoming just the second QB in NFL history to throw three TDs in the first quarter of a season opener (Buffalo’s Jack Kemp – Sept, 13, 1964). The yardage mark in the opening quarter was also his personal best in any quarter of a game in his career…At Carolina (Sept. 18): Became the first QB in franchise history to throw for 300-plus yards in each of the first two games of the season when he posted 308 yards and two TD passes on 19-of-30 passing…Vs. Denver (Oct. 2): Had arguably the most statistically impressive performance of his career, accounting for six TDs (four passing, two rushing) and throwing for a career-high 408 yards on 29-of-38 passing. Became the first QB in NFL history to throw for 400 yards and four TDs and also have two rushing TDs in the game. Became the first QB in franchise annals to eclipse the 400-yard passing mark on more than one occasion (404, vs. N.Y. Giants, Dec. 26, 2010) and now owns two of the five 400-yard performances in team history. Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for the outing…At Atlanta (Oct. 9): Completed 26 of 39 attempts for 396 yards and two TDs, tying a team record by completing passes to 12 different receivers. The 396 yards passing was the fourth-highest total on the road in franchise history. Threw for 269 yards in the second half, the most by a Green Bay QB in a second half since 1991…Vs. St. Louis (Oct. 16): Matched his single-season career high with his fifth 300-yard game in just the sixth contest of the season. Threw for 316 yards and three scores, highlighted by his career-long 93-yard TD pass to WR Jordy Nelson in the second quarter…At Minnesota (Oct. 23): Posted the second-highest QB rating of his career (146.5), throwing for 335 yards and three TDs on 24-of-30 passing. Completed his first 13 passes of the game, which matched his career-best streak and was the longest by a Packers QB since Favre’s 13 at Minnesota on Oct. 23, 2005…At San Diego (Nov. 6): Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for the third time on the season, completing 21 of 26 passes for 247 yards and four TDs for a 145.8 passer rating. Set an NFL single-season record with his eighth straight 110-plus rating game, topping the mark of seven by Young in 1994. Posted a season-high 52 rushing yards on eight carries (6.5 avg.)…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 14): Joined Kurt Warner (1999) as the only two QBs in NFL history to post three consecutive 140-plus rating games in a single season by completing 23 of 30 passes for 250 yards and four TDs, good for a 140.1 rating. Broke Favre’s franchise record for 110-rating games (eight, 2007) and consecutive games with at least two TD passes (eight, 1994), doing each for the ninth time on the season…At Detroit (Nov. 24):

Further extended his league record by registering his 11th consecutive 110-plus rating game as he completed 22 of 33 passes for 307 yards and two TDs…At N.Y. Giants (Dec. 4): Connected on 29 of 46 attempts for 369 yards and four TDs in a hostile road environment. Set new franchise records by posting his eighth 300-yard passing game and ninth three-plus TD game. Extended his NFL record of consecutive games with a 100-plus passer rating to 12…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 11): Became the fastest player to reach the 4,000-yard passing plateau in franchise history by topping the mark in his 13th game of the season. It also tied him for the second fastest in league annals behind only Saints QB Drew Brees (12 games in 2011). Connected on 17 of 30 passes for 281 yards and two TDs, joining Manning (2004) and Brady (2010-11) as the only QBs in NFL history to throw at least two TD passes in 13 consecutive games…At Kansas City (Dec. 18): Set a franchise record with his 40th TD pass of the season, topping Favre’s mark of 39 set in 1996. Set the mark with a 2-yard TD toss to WR Donald Driver in the third quarter, becoming just the seventh QB in NFL history to eclipse the 40-TD mark in a season…Vs. Chicago (Dec. 25): Threw a season-high five TD passes en route to leading the Packers to their franchise-record 14th regular-season win…Vs. Detroit (Jan. 1): Listed as inactive as the coaching staff elected to rest him with home-field advantage throughout the playoffs having been secured the previous week.

2010: Started 15 contests, missing one game with a concussion, and was named a first alternate for the Pro Bowl…Completed 312 of 475 passes (65.7 percent) for 3,922 yards, 28 TDs and 11 INTs for a 101.2 rating as he became the first QB in franchise history to post a 100-plus passer rating in back-to-back seasons…The rating ranks fifth in team annals behind only Starr’s mark of 105.0 in 1966 and his own marks of 122.5 in 2011, 108.0 in 2012 and 103.2 in ’09…Ranked third in the NFL in passer rating, seventh in yards, tied for sixth in TDs and second in 25-yard passes (40)…Was named FedEx Air NFL Player of the Year and NFC Offensive Player of the Month for December/January and twice earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors (Weeks 13 and 16)…Finished third among NFL QBs with a career-high 356 rushing yards on 64 carries (5.6 avg.), the most by a Green Bay signal-caller since Don Majkowski posted 358 in 1989…Tied for the team lead with four rushing TDs, his third straight campaign with four-plus rushing TDs as he became the first Packers QB since Rote (1954-56) to do so…Ranked No. 1 in the NFL (min. 100 attempts) with a 104.5 passer rating against the blitz, completing 111 of 167 attempts (66.5 percent) for 1,503 yards and 11 TDs with five INTs…Registered a 110-plus passer rating in four consecutive games (Week 9, Weeks 11-13) to become the first NFL QB since the 1970 merger to post four straight 110-plus rating games in back-to-back seasons (Weeks 3-4, 6-7 in 2009)…Posted a 109.8 passer rating in four postseason contests, completing 90 of 132 passes (68.2 percent) for 1,094 yards and nine TDs with two INTs…The yardage total ranks fourth in NFL history for a single postseason behind only Eli Manning (1,219 in 2011), Warner (1,147 in 2008) and Joe Flacco (1,140 in 2012), while the TD total is tied for No. 4 in league annals behind only Joe Montana (1989), Warner (2008) and Flacco (2012), who all threw 11 TDs…At Washington (Oct. 10): Had 27 completions on a season-high 46 attempts for 293 yards and a TD with one INT. Sustained a concussion on the Packers’ final play from scrimmage in OT while being hit by DE Jeremy Jarmon on a throw that was picked off by S LaRon Landry at the Green Bay 39; the turnover led to Washington’s game-winning FG…Vs. Miami (Oct. 17): Missed some practice time during the week due to the concussion, but returned to make his 38th straight start. Finished with 313 yards on 18-of-33 passing with a TD and an INT. Threw a then-career-long 86-yard TD pass to WR Greg Jennings late in the first quarter, the longest regular-season completion by a Green Bay QB since Favre’s 99-yard scoring strike to WR Robert Brooks at Chicago on Sept. 11, 1995. On the final possession of regulation, engineered a 69-yard drive that he capped off with a sneak up the middle on fourth-and-goal from the 1 to send the game into OT…At Minnesota (Nov. 21): Threw four TD passes and connected on 22 of 31 passes for 301 yards and a season-high 141.3 passer rating…At Atlanta (Nov. 28): Completed 26 of 35 attempts for 344 yards and a TD while adding a season-high 51 rushing yards and a TD on a career-high 12 carries…Vs. San Francisco (Dec. 5): Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors as he completed 21 of 30 passes for 298 yards and three TDs for a 135.1 passer rating. Didn’t throw an INT for the fifth straight game, the first Packers QB to do so since Starr in 1966. Had a pair of TD passes of 55-plus yards for the first time in his career, connecting with Jennings for a 57-yard score in the second quarter and with Driver on a 61-yard TD in the third quarter…At Detroit (Dec. 12): Threw for 46 yards on 7-of-11 passing before departing due to a concussion. With just over three minutes remaining in the first half, scrambled for an 18-yard gain to the Green Bay 43 but took hits from S Amari Spievey and LB Landon Johnson, with his head hitting the turf. Took three more snaps before being replaced by Flynn for the remainder of the game. Prior to his exit, saw his career-long streak of 181 attempts without an INT come to an end when a deep pass in the first quarter bounced out of Jennings’ arms and into Spievey’s. It was his first INT since his final throw of the first half vs. Minnesota in Week 7, a streak that put him at No. 2 in the team record books behind only Starr (294, 1964-65)…At New England (Dec. 19): Inactive due to the concussion, which snapped a streak of 45 consecutive starts that was the fourth-longest streak in the league among active QBs at that point…Vs. N.Y. Giants (Dec. 26): Returned to action and turned in one of the best outings of his career on his way to earning NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors. Threw for 404 yards, at the time a regular-season career high, on 25-of-37 passing while matching his career high at that point with four TD passes. His yardage total was the most by a Green Bay QB in the regular season since Dickey’s 418-yard game vs. Tampa Bay (Oct. 12, 1980), and it was the first 400-yard, four-TD, zero-INT performance in franchise annals. It also marked the 10th time in his career that he threw three-plus TDs and zero INTs in a game, the most in NFL history by a QB within three seasons of his first start (Warner, nine, 1999-2001). Led the Packers to 515 total yards, the most since the team posted 548 at Oakland (Dec. 22, 2003)…At Atlanta (NFC Divisional, Jan. 15):Had one of the finest playoff games by a QB in NFL playoff history, connecting on 31 of 36 passes for 366 yards and three TDs. His 136.8 passer rating was the highest in league postseason history among QBs with 35-plus attempts. The 31 completions and 86.1 completion percentage were franchise single-game postseason records, and the completion percentage ranks No. 1 in NFL history for QBs with 35-plus attempts. Became the first QB in NFL playoff history to throw for 350 yards, three TDs and zero INTs and rush for a TD in a game. Completed all 10 of his third-down passing attempts for 151 yards. Helped lead the Packers to a franchise postseason-record 48 points. Combined with the 45-point outing at Arizona in the 2009 Wild Card contest, the Packers became the first team in NFL history to record 45 points in a game in consecutive postseasons.

His three TD passes gave him 10 in his first three postseason starts, the most in NFL history as he surpassed Jeff George, Daryle Lamonica and Marino (nine each). Along with his 121.4 rating at Arizona in the ’09 playoffs and his 122.5 rating at Philadelphia the week before, became the first QB in NFL history to register a 120-plus rating in each of his first three postseason starts. Also became the first QB in NFL postseason history to throw for three-plus TDs in each of his first three playoff starts…Vs. Pittsburgh (Super Bowl XLV, Feb. 6): Closed out his torrid postseason by earning Super Bowl MVP honors with a masterful performance in the world championship game. Completed 24 of 39 passes for 304 yards and three TDs. Joined Montana, Young and Jake Delhomme as the only QBs to throw for 300 yards and three scores with no INTs in a Super Bowl. First TD pass came on a perfectly placed throw to Nelson for a 29-yard score. Threaded a pass into the hands of Jennings for a 21-yard TD in the second quarter with S Ryan Clark just missing the ball and S Troy Polamalu’s hard shot from behind failing to knock it free from the WR’s arms. Found Jennings once more in the back right corner of the end zone in the third quarter to extend the lead to 28-17. Perhaps his best throw of the game came on the Packers’ clock-killing drive late in the fourth quarter. On third-and-10 from the Green Bay 25, fired the ball to Jennings down the seam just beyond the outstretched arms of CB Ike Taylor as he hit the WR in stride for a 31-yard gain and a new set of downs. The drive burned 5:19 off the clock and set up a 23-yard Mason Crosby FG to extend the lead to 31-25, forcing Pittsburgh to drive for a TD instead of a game-tying FG.

2009: Selected to the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career...Started every game for the second straight season and completed 350 of 541 passes (64.7 percent) for 4,434 yards, 30 TDs and seven INTs for a 103.2 rating, which ranked fourth in the NFL…Ranked fourth in the league in passing yards, fourth in TD passes and first in INT percentage (1.29), the latter mark second at the time in team history to Starr’s 1.20 in 1966 as Rodgers posted 12 games without an INT to break Starr’s franchise mark of 11 in 1964…Nearly broke Dickey’s single-season team record for passing yards set in 1984 (4,458) while joining Favre (1998-99) as the only QBs in team history to post back-to-back 4,000-yard seasons and joining Dickey and Favre as the only Green Bay QBs to hit 30 TDs in one season…Had a 133.5 rating on third down, which led the league and was the highest since Warner (137.3) in 1999; third-down production included an NFL-best 14 TDs, no INTs and a league-high 1,710 yards, the most yards by an NFL QB since the stat began to be kept in 1991...Tied for NFL lead (with Donovan McNabb and Romo) with 17 completions of 40-plus yards...Was tied for second in the league (with Romo and Brees) with 39 completions of 25-plus yards, trailing only Eli Manning’s 42...Rushed for 316 yards and five TDs on 58 carries (5.4 avg.), the second-most yards by any QB in 2009 (David Garrard, 323) and the most runs of 10-plus yards with 14...His five rushing TDs were the most since Majkowski posted the same number in ’89…Became the first QB in NFL history to throw 30 or more TDs and seven or fewer INTs and rush for five TDs in the same season…Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Month honors for October…At Minnesota (Oct. 5): Threw for a season-high 384 yards on 26-of-37 passing for a 110.6 rating. Was intercepted for the first time on the season when CB Antoine Winfield picked off his pass intended for Jennings on the right sideline at the Minnesota 23 early in the second quarter; the INT snapped a then-career-best streak of 159 passing attempts without one, then the third longest in team history behind Starr (294 in 1964-65) and Favre (163 in 2001-02)…Vs. Detroit (Oct. 18): Completed 29 of 37 passes for 358 yards, two TDs and one INT for a 113.7 rating, giving him two career firsts – back-to-back games with 350-plus yards and three straight contests with a 110.0 rating or better. His 78.3 completion percentage was the second-best single-game performance in team history at the time (min. 35 attempts), trailing only Favre’s 79.5 percent on 31-of-39 passing at Minnesota on Nov. 21, 1998…At Cleveland (Oct. 25): Completed 15 of 20 passes for 246 yards, three TDs and no INTs for a 155.4 passer rating, the best single-game rating in franchise history (min. 20 attempts). His fourth straight game with a 110.0-plus passer rating made him only the second QB in team history to accomplish the feat in the same season (Starr, Sept. 18-Oct. 9, 1966)…Vs. San Francisco (Nov. 22): Posted 344 yards passing and a season-high 32 completions on 44 attempts with two TDs and no INTs for a 108.0 rating. Threw for 274 yards in the first half alone, his career-high yardage mark for any half in the regular season…At Pittsburgh (Dec. 20): Threw for 383 yards and three TDs with no INTs on 26-of-48 passing for a 101.3 rating. The 48 attempts without an INT were the most in a single game in team history. On third down, was 8 of 13 for 217 yards and three TDs for 145.0 rating...At Arizona (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 10): Posted team playoff-record 423 yards and four TDs on 28-of-42 passing with one INT for a 121.4 rating. The four TD passes matched a franchise playoff mark held by Starr (at Dallas, Jan. 1, 1967) and Dickey (vs. St. Louis, Jan. 8, 1983). The yardage total was tied for No. 5 in NFL playoff history at the time, and his 319 yards passing after halftime set an NFL playoff record, eclipsing the previous mark of 274 yards set by Marino (at Buffalo, Dec. 30, 1995). Became one of only six QBs in the Super Bowl era to throw for 400 yards/four TDs in a postseason game, and one of only two signal callers to post 400 yards/four TDs and a rushing TD in a playoff game (Peyton Manning, vs. Denver, Jan. 9, 2005). Completed six passes of 25-plus yards as he helped team come back from 21-point deficit in the second half to tie the game, with the longest score coming on a 30-yarder to Jones on fourth-and-5 early in the fourth quarter.

2008: Took over as the starter after waiting patiently for three years for his opportunity behind Favre…Became the first QB other than Favre to start a Packers game since Majkowski (Sept. 20, 1992), starting all 16 games and ranking third in the NFC and sixth in the NFL with a 93.8 passer rating…Completed 341 of 536 passes (63.6 percent) for 4,038 yards, 28 TDs and 13 INTs…Under center for 1,039 of 1,049 (99.1 percent) offensive plays…Ranked fourth in the league in both TD passes and passing yards…Became just the fourth QB in team history to surpass 4,000 yards in one season (Favre, Dickey, Majkowski) and only the second in NFL history to throw for 4,000 yards in the first season that he started a game (Warner, St. Louis, 1999)…Third in the NFL with a 105.8 passer rating on third down, including 14 TDs, which trailed only Rivers’ 15…Completed 16 passes of 40-plus yards, tied for first in the NFL with Brees…Tied for fifth in the league with 48 completions of 20-plus yards...Third on the team with 207 rushing yards on 56 carries (3.7 avg.), and tied for the team lead with four rushing TDs…Vs. Minnesota (Sept. 8): Started first NFL game and completed 18 of 22 passes for 178 yards and a TD with no INTs. His 81.8 completion percentage ranks as the second-best mark in league history by a QB in his first start (min. 20 attempts), behind only former Jacksonville QB Rob Johnson’s 83.3 percentage (20 of 24) in 1997. Scored first career rushing TD on a 1-yard plunge in the fourth quarter to give Green Bay a 24-12 lead…At Detroit (Sept. 14): Posted first 300-yard passing day in NFL career and threw three TD passes. Connected on 24 of 38 passes for 328 yards…At Tampa Bay (Sept. 28): Sprained his right shoulder in third quarter on 7-yard scramble as he dove to extend the ball for a first down. On next series, hit Jennings for a 48-yard TD pass, but then sat out the following series with the injury. Returned for one more series late in the fourth quarter before exiting the game for good. Finished the afternoon 14 of 27 for 165 yards and two TDs, but had a string of 157 consecutive passes without an INT snapped, the fifth-longest streak in team history…Vs. Atlanta (Oct. 5): Started despite being limited all week in practice as he recovered from sprained right shoulder. Recorded the second 300-yard passing game of his pro career as he connected on 25 of 37 passes for 313 yards and three TDs…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 28): Completed 21 of 31 passes for 308 yards and three TDs for a season-high 132.2 passer rating, matching his season best with the three TD passes. With Lions having just scored a TD to narrow Green Bay’s lead to 24-21, connected on season-long pass when he found Driver deep down the right sideline midway through the fourth quarter for a 71-yard score. The pass also put him over the 4,000-yard mark for the season. 

2007: Serving as Favre’s backup for the third straight season, he appeared in two regular-season games and completed 20 of 28 passes (71.4 percent) for 218 yards with one TD and no INTs for a 106.0 rating, plus seven rushes for 29 yards…Put together his best preseason as a pro, completing 37 of 59 passes (62.7 percent) with three TDs in four appearances…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11): Saw his first action of the regular season, entering with 3:56 remaining and completing both of his passes for 17 yards, including a 15-yarder to Jones on his first throw…At Dallas (Nov. 29): Was inserted into the game in the second quarter after Favre suffered elbow and shoulder injuries. Completed 18 of 26 passes for 201 yards and one TD for a 104.8 passer rating, plus had five rushes for 30 yards. On the Packers’ final drive of the first half, found Jennings for a 43-yard catch-and-run and connected with him again on an 11-yard TD (Rodgers’ first TD pass as a pro). In the third quarter, led a 12-play, 69-yard drive that finished with a 1-yard Ryan Grant TD plunge; on the series, completed all six passes for 61 yards, including throws of 22 and 17 yards. In the fourth, led the team’s final scoring drive that culminated in a 52-yard Crosby FG…Injured a hamstring the following week in practice and was inactive for the final four regular-season games before recovering to serve as Favre’s backup in the postseason…Vs. Seattle (NFC Divisional, Jan. 12): Played the final series of playoff game, but did not attempt a pass.

2006: Served as the No. 2 QB for the team’s first 10 games, playing in two contests…Was on injured reserve (foot) for the final six games…In the preseason, served as the No. 2 QB for all four games…Completed 22 of 38 passes for 323 yards and three TDs, including an 85-yard pass to Jennings, vs. Atlanta (Aug. 19)…Before sustaining a season-ending broken foot in Week 11, had taken 36 regular-season offensive snaps and completed 6 of 15 passes (40.0 percent) for 46 yards, with no TDs or INTs, for a 48.2 rating…At Philadelphia (Oct. 2): Made his season debut in place of an injured Favre (neck/head); nearly engineered a TD drive on the last series of the game, completing 2 of 3 passes for 14 yards, but the Packers were held out of the end zone on a goal-line stand…Vs. New England (Nov. 19): Saw the most extensive action of his career to date when he was inserted into the lineup for an injured Favre (elbow), and played the last two offensive snaps of the first half and the entire second half. Completed 4 of 12 passes and had a 6-yard scramble on a third-and-6. Played the second half with a foot injury he sustained toward the start of the third quarter; post-game tests revealed a fracture that caused him to miss the rest of the season. Was placed on injured reserve on Nov. 21.

2005: Saw action in three games as a rookie; he was active but did not play in the 13 other contests…Completed 9 of 16 attempts (56.3 percent) for 65 yards, with one INT, and a 39.8 passer rating…Also credited with two rushes for 7 yards, including a kneel-down on the season’s final snap, after Favre was given a curtain call…Got an extended look in the preseason opener vs. San Diego (Aug. 11), replacing Favre; endured a malfunctioning helmet radio, four offensive penalties and two sacks, and as a result the coaching staff didn’t get a great look at him in his rainy preseason debut…Struggled as the No. 2 QB the following week at Buffalo (Aug. 20), going 4 for 9 for 21 yards, with one sack and an INT; his two best plays were carries (22, 9 yards)…Ended preseason on a good note, though, at Tennessee (Sept. 1); orchestrated an important scoring drive, converting two third downs, before hitting TE Ben Steele on a 12-yard TD…Vs. New Orleans (Oct. 9): Made his NFL debut in 52-3 win. Entered on the Packers’ initial series of the fourth quarter and completed his lone attempt, his first career pass, to FB Vonta Leach for no gain…At Baltimore (Dec. 19): Got his most extensive playing time in 48-3 Monday night loss. Came off the bench toward the end of the third quarter and finished the contest, going 8 for 15 with one INT, plus one carry for 8 yards…Vs. Seattle (Jan. 1): Took the game’s final kneel-down, his only play, after replacing Favre, who had started the drive…2005 Draft: Selected by the Packers in the first round with the No. 24 overall pick. Was the second QB taken after Alex Smith (49ers) at No. 1, the eighth QB drafted by the Packers in the first round and the first since Rich Campbell, also from Cal, in 1981. Also joined Campbell as the only Cal players drafted by Green Bay in the first round. Passed on his final year of eligibility and was considered one of the top QB prospects in the country with numerous football observers rating him as the No. 1 pick in the draft.

COLLEGE: A two-year starter and letterman at California, he completed 424 of 665 passes (63.8 percent) for 5,469 yards, with 43 TDs and 13 INTs while playing in 25 games with 22 starts…His 150.3 career passer rating and 1.95 INT percentage are both tops in school history…Threw for 250-plus yards 10 times and had 160 rushes for 336 yards (2.1 avg.) and eight TDs…With scant Division I interest after two highly successful prep seasons, began his college career at Butte College, near Chico, Calif. …It was there that Cal coach Jeff Tedford noticed Rodgers while watching video of a teammate, TE Garrett Cross (who later, too, became a Cal Golden Bear, and then a Green Bay Packer)…After watching him practice and feeling confident in his ability to thrive in Berkeley, Tedford offered Rodgers a scholarship and launched the beginning of two immensely successful seasons…Majored in American studies…Junior season (2004): Started all 12 games for the Bears, including the Holiday Bowl vs. Texas Tech (Dec. 30)…Finished with 209 completions in 316 attempts (66.1 percent) for 2,566 yards and 24 TDs, with eight INTs…Helped the team reach its highest national ranking (No. 4) since 1952, produce its best regular-season record (10-1) in 54 years and record the most conference wins (seven) in 55 years…Led an offense that ranked first in the conference in passing efficiency (167.39, fourth nationally), total offense (494.7 ypg, fifth), scoring offense (37.3 ppg, sixth) and rushing offense (260 ypg, fifth)…Offense was second-highest scoring in school history…Named first-team All-Pacific-10, and received honorable mention All-America honors from AP, College & Pro Football Newsweekly and SportsIllustrated.com…Also was a second-team Pac-10 All-Academic choice…Was one of 15 players to receive letters from the Heisman Trophy Committee in November, and was named to the watch lists for the Walter Camp Foundation Player of the Year Award, the Maxwell Award and the Davey O’Brien Award…Served as team co-captain and was chosen as Cal’s co-Offensive MVP…Finished second in the conference in passing efficiency (154.4), behind Southern California’s Matt Leinart; the efficiency mark ranked eighth among all NCAA passers in 2004 and was the second-best achievement in Cal annals (164.5, Dave Barr, 1993)…Fired three or more TDs four times on the season…Completed a single-game school-record 23 consecutive passes at USC (Oct. 9) to tie an NCAA mark, running his school-record string to 26 straight completions dating back to previous game at Oregon State (Oct. 2). Finished USC game 29 of 34 for 85.3 percent, another school record…Sophomore season (2003): Upon transferring from Butte College, played in three of the Golden Bears’ first four games before taking over as the starter in Game 5 at Illinois (Sept. 20), leading Cal to a 7-3 record as a starter…Authored one of the finest quarterbacking seasons of any sophomore in Pac-10 history, throwing for 2,903 yards and 19 TDs, with only five INTs, on 215-of-349 passing (61.6 percent)…The passing yardage total ranked second on Cal’s all-time list (now fourth) and his INT percentage of 1.43 set a school record (breaking old mark of 1.69 set by Gary Graumann in 1977)…Additionally, his passer efficiency rating (146.6) ranked fourth in school annals, and with 210 yards rushing, his 3,113 total yards ranked second…Registered 300 or more yards through the air five times, tying Pat Barnes’ school record…Authored two major INT-free streaks: the first came as he started his Cal career with 98 straight passes without an INT, the second came later in the season as he threw 105 times without a pick, ending at Oregon (Nov. 8)…Over the last five games of the season, completed 68.2 percent of his passes (105 of 154) for 1,596 yards (319.1 ypg), 12 TDs and two INTs…Was clutch in the school’s final two contests, throwing for 348 yards vs. Washington (Nov. 15) and 359 at Stanford (Nov. 22), both must-wins in order for Cal to clinch its first bowl berth since 1996…In the Stanford contest, registered 414 yards of total offense (359 passing, 55 rushing) to record the highest total in the 106-year history of the “Big Game”; it was the fourth-highest total offense output in team history…Stretched streak of 300-yard passing games to three in Insight Bowl vs. Virginia Tech (Dec. 26), throwing for collegiate-high 394 in 52-49 win and putting up 424 yards of total offense, third best in school annals…Served as one of two offensive team captains…Freshman season (2002): During his one year at Butte College in Oroville, Calif., led the Roadrunners to a 10-1 record, a NorCal Conference championship and a No. 2 national ranking…Passed for 2,408 yards and 28 TDs, with only four INTs, on 164 completions in 265 attempts (61.9 percent)…Also carried 101 times for 294 yards and seven TDs…Authored single-game school records for TDs (six) and all-purpose yards (440)…Earned third-team All-America mention from J.C. Grid-Wire, in addition to NorCal Conference and region MVP honors…Voted MVP in Holiday Bowl victory over San Joaquin Delta (Junior College) with a 251-yard, two-TD pass performance…Listed in SuperPrep’s JuCo 100, ranking him 41st among all junior college players nationally.

PERSONAL: Given name Aaron Charles Rodgers…Born in Chico, Calif. …Nicknamed “A-Rod”…Single… Father, Ed, played offensive guard at Chico State from 1973-76 and then lined up for three-plus seasons (three games in 1978, 1979-81) with the Twin City Cougars, a semi-pro football team in Marysville, Calif.; Cougars captured the 1980 semi-pro national championship by defeating the Delavan (Wis.) Red Devils, 37-20...Younger brother, Jordan, played quarterback at Vanderbilt and is now a rookie with the Jacksonville Jaguars…High school: A two-time all-section choice (2000-01) at Pleasant Valley High School in Chico, Calif., passing for 4,419 yards over the course of his junior and senior seasons and setting the single-season school record for passing yards his senior year (2,303)…Also pitched for his high school baseball team as a senior…Community involvement: Has become particularly active with the Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer (MACC) Fund and recently eclipsed the $1 million mark in total monies raised through various campaigns and events…Has hosted the fundraising banquet, “An Evening with Aaron Rodgers,” in Milwaukee in each of the last four offseasons on behalf of the organization…In December 2011, hosted “A Pack Lunch with Aaron Rodgers,” where MACC Fund donors joined him for an afternoon lunch hour in Green Bay…In 2009, worked with The Salvation Army to have “Twelve’s Day of Christmas,” a benefit partnering with Shopko to give holiday gifts to underprivileged children…Co-hosted a charity golf tournament with Young Life from 2006-08…Plays annually in the Andy North and Friends Golf Getaway, an event that raises money and awareness for the University of Wisconsin Paul P. Carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center…A scratch golfer, plays regularly and has played in the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship in Lake Tahoe, Nev., nine times…Has participated in the Edgar Bennett Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon, the Vince Lombardi Golf Classic and the 2009 ESPY Celebrity Golf Classic…While at Cal, he and WR Geoff McArthur participated in fundraiser “Touchdown for Kids,” with money donated to local youth programs for every TD pass connection authored by the two…Hobbies/interests: Worked a summer job in 2004 washing windows in the San Francisco Bay area with Cal punter David Lonie, who was briefly with the Packers prior to the 2007 season…An avid indie rock and country music listener, his favorite solo artists include Ben Harper, Mat Kearney and Pete Murray, and he lists his favorite bands as Anberlin and Counting Crows…Is also an ardent Milwaukee Brewers fan and enjoys attending their games…Recorded a series of promotional ads for the club during 2012 spring training…Lists the Bible as his favorite book and Land of the Lost, The Princess Bride, and Tombstone as his favorite movies…Game of Thrones, Jeopardy and South Park are among his favorite TV shows…His offseason travels have featured trips to Australia, Cabo San Lucas, the Kentucky Derby, and the ESPY Awards in Los Angeles, where he served as a presenter multiple times…Residence: Chico, Calif.…Residence: Chico, Calif.

  • His career passer rating of 104.9 ranks No. 1 in NFL history (min. 1,500 attempts), more than eight points ahead of No. 2 Steve Young (96.8).
  • Ranks No. 1 in league history in career INT percentage (1.73) and TD/INT ratio (3.72, 171/46) and ranks No. 2 in career completion percentage (65.7).
  • Posted 21,332 passing yards from 2008-12, the most in NFL history by a QB in his first five seasons as a starter.
  • In 78 career regular-season starts (52-26 record), has posted 28 games with 300-plus passing yards, 43 without an interception and 46 with a 100-plus passer rating.
  • Has been selected to the Pro Bowl three of the last four seasons (2009, 2011-12) and was named the starting QB for the NFC each of the past two seasons.
  • In 2011, set an NFL record with a 122.5 passer rating and set franchise records for TD passes (45), passing yards (4,643), completion percentage (68.3), yards per attempt (9.25), TD/INT ratio (7.50) and 300-yard games (eight) on his way to earning NFL Most Valuable Player honors from The Associated Press.
  • Became only the fourth QB in NFL history to throw for 300 yards and three TDs with no INTs in a Super Bowl, taking home game MVP honors for Green Bay’s win over Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLV.
  • Went 17-5 as a starter at Cal, taking over in Week 5 of the 2003 season. Threw 43 TDs with only 13 interceptions over the course of his career and finished with a 150.27 career passing efficiency mark, the best in school history.


PRO HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Ranks No. 1 in NFL history (min. 1,500 attempts) with a career passer rating of 104.9, more than eight points ahead of No. 2 Steve Young (96.8).
  • Also ranks No. 1 in league history in career INT percentage (1.73) and TD/INT ratio (3.72, 171/46) and ranks No. 2 in career completion percentage (65.7).
  • In the franchise record books for a single season, holds four of the top five marks for passer rating (2009-12), two of the top three for passing TDs (2011-12), three of the top four for completion percentage (2010-12) and two of the top three for passing yards (2009, 2011).
  • Posted 21,332 passing yards from 2008-12, the most in NFL history by a QB in his first five seasons as a starter.
  • In 78 career regular-season starts (52-26 record), has posted 28 games with 300-plus passing yards, 43 without an interception and 46 with a 100-plus passer rating.
  • Has been selected to the Pro Bowl three of the last four seasons (2009, 2011-12) and was named the NFC’s starting QB each of the past two seasons.
  • Has helped the Packers average 28.1 points per game in his 78 career regular-season starts, No. 1 among NFL quarterbacks since 1950 (min. 50 starts).
  • Has registered a 100-plus passer rating each of the past four seasons (2009-12), joining Young (1991-94) as the only QBs in NFL history to accomplish that feat.
  • Set an NFL record among QBs whose careers started since 1970 with 43 games with a plus-100 passer rating in his first 75 starts, topping Tony Romo’s mark of 40.
  • When he hit the 150-TD mark for his career (Week 7 of 2012, at St. Louis), he had thrown just 42 INTs to that point, the fewest in NFL history as he surpassed Dan Marino’s mark of 69 INTs at the time of his 150th career TD pass.
  • Leads the league with 43 zero-INT games since 2008. Enters the 2013 season having not had a two-INT game in 39 straight regular-season starts, the longest streak by a QB since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.
  • Also enters the 2013 season having not thrown an INT in 144 consecutive passing attempts in the regular season, the longest current streak in the league.
  • Since taking over as the starter in 2008, ranks No. 1 in the NFL in passer rating (105.6) and yards per attempt (8.19) and No. 2 in the league in passing yards (21,332), passing TDs (170), INT percentage (1.7) and 25-yard passes (183).
  • Is the only QB in NFL history to register two seasons with 500-plus attempts and seven or fewer INTs (2009 and 2011) and is the only 4,000-yard passer in league annals to throw six or fewer INTs (2011).
  • Is the lone NFL QB since the merger to post four or more consecutive 110-plus rating games in three straight seasons (Weeks 3-4, 6-7 in 2009; Week 9, Weeks 11-13 in 2010; Weeks 1-7, 9-12 in 2011).
  • Threw a TD pass in 35 consecutive regular-season games at home from 2008-12, the second-longest streak in NFL history behind only Marino’s 39-game streak from 1983-88.
  • His combined passer rating of 114.9 from 2011-12 was the best two-season passer rating in NFL history (min. 700 attempts), topping Peyton Manning’s 113.0 rating from 2004-05.
  • Set the franchise record for the most passing TDs over a two-season span with 84 from 2011-12, which is also No. 2 in NFL history behind only Drew Brees’ 89 from 2011-12.
  • Led the league in passer rating (108.0), TD percentage (7.1) and TD/INT ratio (4.88, 39/8) in 2012 and finished No. 2 in passing TDs (39) and No. 3 in completion percentage (67.2).
  • Threw 25 TD passes in the first nine games in 2012, becoming the first QB in NFL history to throw 25-plus TD passes in the opening nine contests of two different seasons (28 TDs in 2011).
  • Set the NFL single-season record for passer rating with a 122.5 rating in 2011, topping the previous mark held by Manning (121.1 in ’04). Was the first Packer to lead the league in the category since the system was implemented in 1973.
  • In 2011, set league records for the most 100-plus rating games (13), most 110-plus rating games (12) and tied the NFL mark for the most 140-plus rating games (four).
  • Also in 2011, set franchise records for TD passes (45), passing yards (4,643), completion percentage (68.3), yards per attempt (9.25), TD/INT ratio (7.50), 300-yard games (eight), and tied the team mark for INT percentage (1.20) on his way to earning NFL Most Valuable Player honors from The Associated Press.
  • Became only the fourth QB in NFL annals to throw for 300 yards/three TDs/zero INTs in a Super Bowl, taking home game MVP honors for Green Bay’s win over Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLV.
  • Is the only QB in NFL history to throw for more than 4,000 yards in each of his first two seasons (2008-09) as a starter.
  • Has a 110.1 passer rating in divisional games, the best career passer rating in league history since the NFL went to a divisional format in 1967.
  • With 18 career rushing TDs, ranks No. 2 in franchise history among QBs behind only Tobin Rote (29). Joins Rote (1954-56) as the only QBs in team annals to post three straight seasons with four-plus rushing TDs (2008-10).
  • Has rushed for 250-plus yards each of the past four seasons (2009-12), joining Rote (five straight, 1954-58) as the only QBs in team history to accomplish that feat.
  • Has been named NFC Offensive Player of the Week seven times in his career (Weeks 13 and 16 of 2010; Weeks 1, 4 and 9 in 2011; Weeks 4 and 6 in 2012) and NFC Offensive Player of the Month six times (October 2009, December 2010, September, October and November 2011, and October 2012).


2012 SEASON
: Started all 16 regular-season games and both playoff contests…Selected to the Pro Bowl for the second straight season and third time in four seasons…Named the starting QB for the NFC squad for the second consecutive season but did not participate in the game due to ankle and knee injuries…Earned second-team All-Pro honors from AP…Was named to the All-NFC team by Pro Football Weekly/PFWA… Completed 371 of 552 passes (67.2 percent) for 4,295 yards and 39 TDs with just eight INTs for a 108.0 passer rating...Led the league in passer rating for the second straight season and also led the league in TD percentage (7.1) and TD/INT ratio (4.88, 39/8)...Became the first NFL quarterback to lead the league in passer rating in back-to-back seasons since Peyton Manning did so in three straight seasons (2004-06)…Threw 39 TD passes, good for No. 2 in the league and tied for No. 2 in single-season team annals behind only his 45 in 2011…Threw 25 TD passes in the opening nine games of the season, becoming the first QB in NFL history to throw 25-plus TD passes in the first nine games in two different seasons (28 TD passes in 2011)…Finished No. 3 in the league in completion percentage (67.2), good for No. 2 in team history behind only his 68.3 percentage in ’11…Ranked No. 1 in the NFL in passer rating (110.8) and yards per attempt (9.01) on third down…Finished No. 2 in the league in passer rating (109.9) and TD percentage (36.4) in the red zone…Ranked No. 4 in the NFL in passer rating (117.4) and No. 2 in TD passes (14) against the blitz…Vs. San Francisco (Sept. 9): Opened the season by completing 30 of 44 passes for 303 yards and two TDs with one INT. It marked one of only two 300-yard passing games by a QB against the 49ers on the season…Vs. New Orleans (Sept. 30): Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance, connecting on 31 of 41 passes for 319 yards and four TDs. Helped the offense produce a season-high 30 first downs, the most by the Packers since they had 31 at Detroit on Nov. 12, 1989…At Indianapolis (Oct. 7): Completed 21 of 33 passes for 243 yards and three TDs with one INT. Led the team in rushing with a regular-season career-high 57 yards on five carries (11.4 avg.)…At Houston (Oct. 14): Had one of the finest performances of his prolific career, completing 24 of 37 passes for 338 yards and a career-high six TDs. The six TD passes tied Matt Flynn (vs. Detroit, Jan. 1, 2012) for the single-game franchise record. Became just the fourth QB in NFL history to throw for 330-plus yards, six TDs and no INTs in a game, joining Tom Brady, Mark Rypien and Y.A. Tittle. Was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance…At St. Louis (Oct. 21): Continued his momentum by throwing for 342 yards and three TDs on 30-of-37 passing with no INTs. His 81.1 completion percentage was the second highest of his career and set a team record among QBs with 35-plus attempts in a game. His three TD passes gave him 16 between Weeks 4-7, a franchise record for the most TD passes over a four-game span. His 5-yard TD pass to WR Randall Cobb in the third quarter was the 150th in Rodgers’ career in the regular season. With the TD pass, he broke Marino’s record (69) for the fewest career INTs (42) at the time of his 150th career TD pass. Reached the 150-TD mark in his 76th career game, the second-best mark in NFL history behind only Marino (62)…Vs. Jacksonville (Oct. 28): Connected on 22 of 35 passes for 186 yards and two TDs, the second of which moved him past Bart Starr for No. 2 all-time in franchise history with 153. The two TD throws gave him 21 TD passes in the first eight games as he became the first QB in NFL history to throw for 20-plus TDs in the opening eight games of back-to-back seasons. Also set the franchise record for the most TD passes over a five-game span with 18…At Detroit (Nov. 18): Completed 19 of 27 passes for 236 yards and two TDs with one INT. His 106.4 passer rating was his ninth consecutive 100-plus rating in indoor games (including postseason). Threw a game-winning 22-yard TD pass to Cobb with 1:55 remaining to give Green Bay a 21-20 lead in the 24-20 win…At Chicago (Dec. 16): Led an efficient offensive effort to help the Packers clinch their second straight NFC North title. The win marked Green Bay’s 12th straight in the division, tied for the longest streak in the league since realignment in 2002. Connected on 23 of 36 attempts for 291 yards and three TDs with no INTs. Fired all three of his TD passes to WR James Jones on a series of four possessions between the second and third quarters that turned a 7-0 deficit into a 21-7 lead…Vs. Tennessee (Dec. 23): Led the Packers to a 55-7 win, a point total that was tied for the third most in franchise history and the most since Oct. 2, 1983 (55 vs. Tampa Bay). Threw for 342 yards and three TDs with no INTs on 27-of-38 passing for a 125.1 passer rating before being relieved early in the fourth quarter…At Minnesota (Dec. 30): Threw for a season-high 365 yards and four TDs with no INTs on 28-of-40 passing. The 131.8 passer rating was the fifth highest of his career on the road as the Packers put up 34 points, their most in Minnesota since 2004…Vs. Minnesota (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 5): Continued his postseason efficiency, completing 23 of 33 passes for 274 yards and a TD with no INTs in what was the first home playoff victory of his career as a starter. Finished with a 104.9 passer rating, his fifth of 100-plus in seven postseason starts.

2011: Started 15 contests, resting the final game, and earned league MVP honors…Also started the team’s playoff contest…Completed 343 of 502 passes (68.3 percent) for 4,643 yards and 45 TDs with

just six INTs…Was also named first-team All-Pro by AP, Pro Football Weekly/PFWA, Sporting News and Sports Illustrated…Selected to the Pro Bowl for the second time, getting the starting nod for the NFC squad…Was named the Professional Athlete of the Year by Sporting News, the Male Athlete of the Year by AP, the NFC Offensive Player of the Year by the Committee of 101, the NFL Offensive Player of the Year by Sporting News, and the NFL MVP by Sports Illustrated…Won the Bert Bell Award from The Maxwell Club as the most outstanding Professional Player of the Year…Was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Month for September, October and November…Marked four straight months that he won the award (also December 2010), making him the first NFL player to accomplish that feat since the league began recognizing players on a monthly basis in 1986…Set the NFL single-season record with a 122.5 passer rating, topping the previous mark of 121.1 by Manning in ’04…Became the first Green Bay QB to lead the NFL in passer rating since the system was implemented in 1973…Set league records for the most 100-plus passer rating games (13), most 110-plus rating games (12) and tied the NFL mark for the most 140-plus rating games (four)…Set franchise records for TD passes (45), passing yards (4,643), completion percentage (68.3), yards per attempt (9.25), TD/INT ratio (7.50) and 300-yard games (eight), and tied Starr’s record (1966) for interception percentage (1.20)…Tied QB Brett Favre’s franchise record (1996) for the most games with four-plus TD passes (five)…Became just the third QB in league history to have 10 games with three-plus TD passes, joining Brady (2007) and Marino (1984)…Tied an NFL record with at least two TD passes in 13 straight games (Games 1-13)…Started the season with 11 consecutive 110-plus rating games, the longest single-season streak in NFL history as he topped Young’s mark of seven straight in 1994…Became the first 4,000-yard passer in NFL history to throw six or fewer INTs…His yards per attempt of 9.25 ranked No. 4 by an NFL quarterback since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger…Ranked No. 2 in the league with a 113.3 passer rating on third down, connecting on 80 of 122 passes (65.6 percent) for 1,136 yards and nine TDs with two INTs…Against the blitz, led the NFL with a 131.4 passer rating, a 68.0 completion percentage, and an average of 12.0 yards per attempt…His 131.4 rating against the blitz ranked No. 2 in the NFL since 1993, according to STATS LLC, behind only Manning’s 136.8 rating in 2004…Led the league with a 107.3 passer rating in the red zone…Vs. New Orleans (Sept. 8): Connected on 27 of 35 passes for 312 yards and three TDs with no INTs on his way to earning NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors. Was locked in from the start, completing 14 of 15 passes in the first quarter for 188 yards and three TDs, becoming just the second QB in NFL history to throw three TDs in the first quarter of a season opener (Buffalo’s Jack Kemp – Sept, 13, 1964). The yardage mark in the opening quarter was also his personal best in any quarter of a game in his career…At Carolina (Sept. 18): Became the first QB in franchise history to throw for 300-plus yards in each of the first two games of the season when he posted 308 yards and two TD passes on 19-of-30 passing…Vs. Denver (Oct. 2): Had arguably the most statistically impressive performance of his career, accounting for six TDs (four passing, two rushing) and throwing for a career-high 408 yards on 29-of-38 passing. Became the first QB in NFL history to throw for 400 yards and four TDs and also have two rushing TDs in the game. Became the first QB in franchise annals to eclipse the 400-yard passing mark on more than one occasion (404, vs. N.Y. Giants, Dec. 26, 2010) and now owns two of the five 400-yard performances in team history. Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for the outing…At Atlanta (Oct. 9): Completed 26 of 39 attempts for 396 yards and two TDs, tying a team record by completing passes to 12 different receivers. The 396 yards passing was the fourth-highest total on the road in franchise history. Threw for 269 yards in the second half, the most by a Green Bay QB in a second half since 1991…Vs. St. Louis (Oct. 16): Matched his single-season career high with his fifth 300-yard game in just the sixth contest of the season. Threw for 316 yards and three scores, highlighted by his career-long 93-yard TD pass to WR Jordy Nelson in the second quarter…At Minnesota (Oct. 23): Posted the second-highest QB rating of his career (146.5), throwing for 335 yards and three TDs on 24-of-30 passing. Completed his first 13 passes of the game, which matched his career-best streak and was the longest by a Packers QB since Favre’s 13 at Minnesota on Oct. 23, 2005…At San Diego (Nov. 6): Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for the third time on the season, completing 21 of 26 passes for 247 yards and four TDs for a 145.8 passer rating. Set an NFL single-season record with his eighth straight 110-plus rating game, topping the mark of seven by Young in 1994. Posted a season-high 52 rushing yards on eight carries (6.5 avg.)…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 14): Joined Kurt Warner (1999) as the only two QBs in NFL history to post three consecutive 140-plus rating games in a single season by completing 23 of 30 passes for 250 yards and four TDs, good for a 140.1 rating. Broke Favre’s franchise record for 110-rating games (eight, 2007) and consecutive games with at least two TD passes (eight, 1994), doing each for the ninth time on the season…At Detroit (Nov. 24):

Further extended his league record by registering his 11th consecutive 110-plus rating game as he completed 22 of 33 passes for 307 yards and two TDs…At N.Y. Giants (Dec. 4): Connected on 29 of 46 attempts for 369 yards and four TDs in a hostile road environment. Set new franchise records by posting his eighth 300-yard passing game and ninth three-plus TD game. Extended his NFL record of consecutive games with a 100-plus passer rating to 12…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 11): Became the fastest player to reach the 4,000-yard passing plateau in franchise history by topping the mark in his 13th game of the season. It also tied him for the second fastest in league annals behind only Saints QB Drew Brees (12 games in 2011). Connected on 17 of 30 passes for 281 yards and two TDs, joining Manning (2004) and Brady (2010-11) as the only QBs in NFL history to throw at least two TD passes in 13 consecutive games…At Kansas City (Dec. 18): Set a franchise record with his 40th TD pass of the season, topping Favre’s mark of 39 set in 1996. Set the mark with a 2-yard TD toss to WR Donald Driver in the third quarter, becoming just the seventh QB in NFL history to eclipse the 40-TD mark in a season…Vs. Chicago (Dec. 25): Threw a season-high five TD passes en route to leading the Packers to their franchise-record 14th regular-season win…Vs. Detroit (Jan. 1): Listed as inactive as the coaching staff elected to rest him with home-field advantage throughout the playoffs having been secured the previous week.

2010: Started 15 contests, missing one game with a concussion, and was named a first alternate for the Pro Bowl…Completed 312 of 475 passes (65.7 percent) for 3,922 yards, 28 TDs and 11 INTs for a 101.2 rating as he became the first QB in franchise history to post a 100-plus passer rating in back-to-back seasons…The rating ranks fifth in team annals behind only Starr’s mark of 105.0 in 1966 and his own marks of 122.5 in 2011, 108.0 in 2012 and 103.2 in ’09…Ranked third in the NFL in passer rating, seventh in yards, tied for sixth in TDs and second in 25-yard passes (40)…Was named FedEx Air NFL Player of the Year and NFC Offensive Player of the Month for December/January and twice earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors (Weeks 13 and 16)…Finished third among NFL QBs with a career-high 356 rushing yards on 64 carries (5.6 avg.), the most by a Green Bay signal-caller since Don Majkowski posted 358 in 1989…Tied for the team lead with four rushing TDs, his third straight campaign with four-plus rushing TDs as he became the first Packers QB since Rote (1954-56) to do so…Ranked No. 1 in the NFL (min. 100 attempts) with a 104.5 passer rating against the blitz, completing 111 of 167 attempts (66.5 percent) for 1,503 yards and 11 TDs with five INTs…Registered a 110-plus passer rating in four consecutive games (Week 9, Weeks 11-13) to become the first NFL QB since the 1970 merger to post four straight 110-plus rating games in back-to-back seasons (Weeks 3-4, 6-7 in 2009)…Posted a 109.8 passer rating in four postseason contests, completing 90 of 132 passes (68.2 percent) for 1,094 yards and nine TDs with two INTs…The yardage total ranks fourth in NFL history for a single postseason behind only Eli Manning (1,219 in 2011), Warner (1,147 in 2008) and Joe Flacco (1,140 in 2012), while the TD total is tied for No. 4 in league annals behind only Joe Montana (1989), Warner (2008) and Flacco (2012), who all threw 11 TDs…At Washington (Oct. 10): Had 27 completions on a season-high 46 attempts for 293 yards and a TD with one INT. Sustained a concussion on the Packers’ final play from scrimmage in OT while being hit by DE Jeremy Jarmon on a throw that was picked off by S LaRon Landry at the Green Bay 39; the turnover led to Washington’s game-winning FG…Vs. Miami (Oct. 17): Missed some practice time during the week due to the concussion, but returned to make his 38th straight start. Finished with 313 yards on 18-of-33 passing with a TD and an INT. Threw a then-career-long 86-yard TD pass to WR Greg Jennings late in the first quarter, the longest regular-season completion by a Green Bay QB since Favre’s 99-yard scoring strike to WR Robert Brooks at Chicago on Sept. 11, 1995. On the final possession of regulation, engineered a 69-yard drive that he capped off with a sneak up the middle on fourth-and-goal from the 1 to send the game into OT…At Minnesota (Nov. 21): Threw four TD passes and connected on 22 of 31 passes for 301 yards and a season-high 141.3 passer rating…At Atlanta (Nov. 28): Completed 26 of 35 attempts for 344 yards and a TD while adding a season-high 51 rushing yards and a TD on a career-high 12 carries…Vs. San Francisco (Dec. 5): Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors as he completed 21 of 30 passes for 298 yards and three TDs for a 135.1 passer rating. Didn’t throw an INT for the fifth straight game, the first Packers QB to do so since Starr in 1966. Had a pair of TD passes of 55-plus yards for the first time in his career, connecting with Jennings for a 57-yard score in the second quarter and with Driver on a 61-yard TD in the third quarter…At Detroit (Dec. 12): Threw for 46 yards on 7-of-11 passing before departing due to a concussion. With just over three minutes remaining in the first half, scrambled for an 18-yard gain to the Green Bay 43 but took hits from S Amari Spievey and LB Landon Johnson, with his head hitting the turf. Took three more snaps before being replaced by Flynn for the remainder of the game. Prior to his exit, saw his career-long streak of 181 attempts without an INT come to an end when a deep pass in the first quarter bounced out of Jennings’ arms and into Spievey’s. It was his first INT since his final throw of the first half vs. Minnesota in Week 7, a streak that put him at No. 2 in the team record books behind only Starr (294, 1964-65)…At New England (Dec. 19): Inactive due to the concussion, which snapped a streak of 45 consecutive starts that was the fourth-longest streak in the league among active QBs at that point…Vs. N.Y. Giants (Dec. 26): Returned to action and turned in one of the best outings of his career on his way to earning NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors. Threw for 404 yards, at the time a regular-season career high, on 25-of-37 passing while matching his career high at that point with four TD passes. His yardage total was the most by a Green Bay QB in the regular season since Dickey’s 418-yard game vs. Tampa Bay (Oct. 12, 1980), and it was the first 400-yard, four-TD, zero-INT performance in franchise annals. It also marked the 10th time in his career that he threw three-plus TDs and zero INTs in a game, the most in NFL history by a QB within three seasons of his first start (Warner, nine, 1999-2001). Led the Packers to 515 total yards, the most since the team posted 548 at Oakland (Dec. 22, 2003)…At Atlanta (NFC Divisional, Jan. 15):Had one of the finest playoff games by a QB in NFL playoff history, connecting on 31 of 36 passes for 366 yards and three TDs. His 136.8 passer rating was the highest in league postseason history among QBs with 35-plus attempts. The 31 completions and 86.1 completion percentage were franchise single-game postseason records, and the completion percentage ranks No. 1 in NFL history for QBs with 35-plus attempts. Became the first QB in NFL playoff history to throw for 350 yards, three TDs and zero INTs and rush for a TD in a game. Completed all 10 of his third-down passing attempts for 151 yards. Helped lead the Packers to a franchise postseason-record 48 points. Combined with the 45-point outing at Arizona in the 2009 Wild Card contest, the Packers became the first team in NFL history to record 45 points in a game in consecutive postseasons.

His three TD passes gave him 10 in his first three postseason starts, the most in NFL history as he surpassed Jeff George, Daryle Lamonica and Marino (nine each). Along with his 121.4 rating at Arizona in the ’09 playoffs and his 122.5 rating at Philadelphia the week before, became the first QB in NFL history to register a 120-plus rating in each of his first three postseason starts. Also became the first QB in NFL postseason history to throw for three-plus TDs in each of his first three playoff starts…Vs. Pittsburgh (Super Bowl XLV, Feb. 6): Closed out his torrid postseason by earning Super Bowl MVP honors with a masterful performance in the world championship game. Completed 24 of 39 passes for 304 yards and three TDs. Joined Montana, Young and Jake Delhomme as the only QBs to throw for 300 yards and three scores with no INTs in a Super Bowl. First TD pass came on a perfectly placed throw to Nelson for a 29-yard score. Threaded a pass into the hands of Jennings for a 21-yard TD in the second quarter with S Ryan Clark just missing the ball and S Troy Polamalu’s hard shot from behind failing to knock it free from the WR’s arms. Found Jennings once more in the back right corner of the end zone in the third quarter to extend the lead to 28-17. Perhaps his best throw of the game came on the Packers’ clock-killing drive late in the fourth quarter. On third-and-10 from the Green Bay 25, fired the ball to Jennings down the seam just beyond the outstretched arms of CB Ike Taylor as he hit the WR in stride for a 31-yard gain and a new set of downs. The drive burned 5:19 off the clock and set up a 23-yard Mason Crosby FG to extend the lead to 31-25, forcing Pittsburgh to drive for a TD instead of a game-tying FG.

2009: Selected to the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career...Started every game for the second straight season and completed 350 of 541 passes (64.7 percent) for 4,434 yards, 30 TDs and seven INTs for a 103.2 rating, which ranked fourth in the NFL…Ranked fourth in the league in passing yards, fourth in TD passes and first in INT percentage (1.29), the latter mark second at the time in team history to Starr’s 1.20 in 1966 as Rodgers posted 12 games without an INT to break Starr’s franchise mark of 11 in 1964…Nearly broke Dickey’s single-season team record for passing yards set in 1984 (4,458) while joining Favre (1998-99) as the only QBs in team history to post back-to-back 4,000-yard seasons and joining Dickey and Favre as the only Green Bay QBs to hit 30 TDs in one season…Had a 133.5 rating on third down, which led the league and was the highest since Warner (137.3) in 1999; third-down production included an NFL-best 14 TDs, no INTs and a league-high 1,710 yards, the most yards by an NFL QB since the stat began to be kept in 1991...Tied for NFL lead (with Donovan McNabb and Romo) with 17 completions of 40-plus yards...Was tied for second in the league (with Romo and Brees) with 39 completions of 25-plus yards, trailing only Eli Manning’s 42...Rushed for 316 yards and five TDs on 58 carries (5.4 avg.), the second-most yards by any QB in 2009 (David Garrard, 323) and the most runs of 10-plus yards with 14...His five rushing TDs were the most since Majkowski posted the same number in ’89…Became the first QB in NFL history to throw 30 or more TDs and seven or fewer INTs and rush for five TDs in the same season…Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Month honors for October…At Minnesota (Oct. 5): Threw for a season-high 384 yards on 26-of-37 passing for a 110.6 rating. Was intercepted for the first time on the season when CB Antoine Winfield picked off his pass intended for Jennings on the right sideline at the Minnesota 23 early in the second quarter; the INT snapped a then-career-best streak of 159 passing attempts without one, then the third longest in team history behind Starr (294 in 1964-65) and Favre (163 in 2001-02)…Vs. Detroit (Oct. 18): Completed 29 of 37 passes for 358 yards, two TDs and one INT for a 113.7 rating, giving him two career firsts – back-to-back games with 350-plus yards and three straight contests with a 110.0 rating or better. His 78.3 completion percentage was the second-best single-game performance in team history at the time (min. 35 attempts), trailing only Favre’s 79.5 percent on 31-of-39 passing at Minnesota on Nov. 21, 1998…At Cleveland (Oct. 25): Completed 15 of 20 passes for 246 yards, three TDs and no INTs for a 155.4 passer rating, the best single-game rating in franchise history (min. 20 attempts). His fourth straight game with a 110.0-plus passer rating made him only the second QB in team history to accomplish the feat in the same season (Starr, Sept. 18-Oct. 9, 1966)…Vs. San Francisco (Nov. 22): Posted 344 yards passing and a season-high 32 completions on 44 attempts with two TDs and no INTs for a 108.0 rating. Threw for 274 yards in the first half alone, his career-high yardage mark for any half in the regular season…At Pittsburgh (Dec. 20): Threw for 383 yards and three TDs with no INTs on 26-of-48 passing for a 101.3 rating. The 48 attempts without an INT were the most in a single game in team history. On third down, was 8 of 13 for 217 yards and three TDs for 145.0 rating...At Arizona (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 10): Posted team playoff-record 423 yards and four TDs on 28-of-42 passing with one INT for a 121.4 rating. The four TD passes matched a franchise playoff mark held by Starr (at Dallas, Jan. 1, 1967) and Dickey (vs. St. Louis, Jan. 8, 1983). The yardage total was tied for No. 5 in NFL playoff history at the time, and his 319 yards passing after halftime set an NFL playoff record, eclipsing the previous mark of 274 yards set by Marino (at Buffalo, Dec. 30, 1995). Became one of only six QBs in the Super Bowl era to throw for 400 yards/four TDs in a postseason game, and one of only two signal callers to post 400 yards/four TDs and a rushing TD in a playoff game (Peyton Manning, vs. Denver, Jan. 9, 2005). Completed six passes of 25-plus yards as he helped team come back from 21-point deficit in the second half to tie the game, with the longest score coming on a 30-yarder to Jones on fourth-and-5 early in the fourth quarter.

2008: Took over as the starter after waiting patiently for three years for his opportunity behind Favre…Became the first QB other than Favre to start a Packers game since Majkowski (Sept. 20, 1992), starting all 16 games and ranking third in the NFC and sixth in the NFL with a 93.8 passer rating…Completed 341 of 536 passes (63.6 percent) for 4,038 yards, 28 TDs and 13 INTs…Under center for 1,039 of 1,049 (99.1 percent) offensive plays…Ranked fourth in the league in both TD passes and passing yards…Became just the fourth QB in team history to surpass 4,000 yards in one season (Favre, Dickey, Majkowski) and only the second in NFL history to throw for 4,000 yards in the first season that he started a game (Warner, St. Louis, 1999)…Third in the NFL with a 105.8 passer rating on third down, including 14 TDs, which trailed only Rivers’ 15…Completed 16 passes of 40-plus yards, tied for first in the NFL with Brees…Tied for fifth in the league with 48 completions of 20-plus yards...Third on the team with 207 rushing yards on 56 carries (3.7 avg.), and tied for the team lead with four rushing TDs…Vs. Minnesota (Sept. 8): Started first NFL game and completed 18 of 22 passes for 178 yards and a TD with no INTs. His 81.8 completion percentage ranks as the second-best mark in league history by a QB in his first start (min. 20 attempts), behind only former Jacksonville QB Rob Johnson’s 83.3 percentage (20 of 24) in 1997. Scored first career rushing TD on a 1-yard plunge in the fourth quarter to give Green Bay a 24-12 lead…At Detroit (Sept. 14): Posted first 300-yard passing day in NFL career and threw three TD passes. Connected on 24 of 38 passes for 328 yards…At Tampa Bay (Sept. 28): Sprained his right shoulder in third quarter on 7-yard scramble as he dove to extend the ball for a first down. On next series, hit Jennings for a 48-yard TD pass, but then sat out the following series with the injury. Returned for one more series late in the fourth quarter before exiting the game for good. Finished the afternoon 14 of 27 for 165 yards and two TDs, but had a string of 157 consecutive passes without an INT snapped, the fifth-longest streak in team history…Vs. Atlanta (Oct. 5): Started despite being limited all week in practice as he recovered from sprained right shoulder. Recorded the second 300-yard passing game of his pro career as he connected on 25 of 37 passes for 313 yards and three TDs…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 28): Completed 21 of 31 passes for 308 yards and three TDs for a season-high 132.2 passer rating, matching his season best with the three TD passes. With Lions having just scored a TD to narrow Green Bay’s lead to 24-21, connected on season-long pass when he found Driver deep down the right sideline midway through the fourth quarter for a 71-yard score. The pass also put him over the 4,000-yard mark for the season. 

2007: Serving as Favre’s backup for the third straight season, he appeared in two regular-season games and completed 20 of 28 passes (71.4 percent) for 218 yards with one TD and no INTs for a 106.0 rating, plus seven rushes for 29 yards…Put together his best preseason as a pro, completing 37 of 59 passes (62.7 percent) with three TDs in four appearances…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11): Saw his first action of the regular season, entering with 3:56 remaining and completing both of his passes for 17 yards, including a 15-yarder to Jones on his first throw…At Dallas (Nov. 29): Was inserted into the game in the second quarter after Favre suffered elbow and shoulder injuries. Completed 18 of 26 passes for 201 yards and one TD for a 104.8 passer rating, plus had five rushes for 30 yards. On the Packers’ final drive of the first half, found Jennings for a 43-yard catch-and-run and connected with him again on an 11-yard TD (Rodgers’ first TD pass as a pro). In the third quarter, led a 12-play, 69-yard drive that finished with a 1-yard Ryan Grant TD plunge; on the series, completed all six passes for 61 yards, including throws of 22 and 17 yards. In the fourth, led the team’s final scoring drive that culminated in a 52-yard Crosby FG…Injured a hamstring the following week in practice and was inactive for the final four regular-season games before recovering to serve as Favre’s backup in the postseason…Vs. Seattle (NFC Divisional, Jan. 12): Played the final series of playoff game, but did not attempt a pass.

2006: Served as the No. 2 QB for the team’s first 10 games, playing in two contests…Was on injured reserve (foot) for the final six games…In the preseason, served as the No. 2 QB for all four games…Completed 22 of 38 passes for 323 yards and three TDs, including an 85-yard pass to Jennings, vs. Atlanta (Aug. 19)…Before sustaining a season-ending broken foot in Week 11, had taken 36 regular-season offensive snaps and completed 6 of 15 passes (40.0 percent) for 46 yards, with no TDs or INTs, for a 48.2 rating…At Philadelphia (Oct. 2): Made his season debut in place of an injured Favre (neck/head); nearly engineered a TD drive on the last series of the game, completing 2 of 3 passes for 14 yards, but the Packers were held out of the end zone on a goal-line stand…Vs. New England (Nov. 19): Saw the most extensive action of his career to date when he was inserted into the lineup for an injured Favre (elbow), and played the last two offensive snaps of the first half and the entire second half. Completed 4 of 12 passes and had a 6-yard scramble on a third-and-6. Played the second half with a foot injury he sustained toward the start of the third quarter; post-game tests revealed a fracture that caused him to miss the rest of the season. Was placed on injured reserve on Nov. 21.

2005: Saw action in three games as a rookie; he was active but did not play in the 13 other contests…Completed 9 of 16 attempts (56.3 percent) for 65 yards, with one INT, and a 39.8 passer rating…Also credited with two rushes for 7 yards, including a kneel-down on the season’s final snap, after Favre was given a curtain call…Got an extended look in the preseason opener vs. San Diego (Aug. 11), replacing Favre; endured a malfunctioning helmet radio, four offensive penalties and two sacks, and as a result the coaching staff didn’t get a great look at him in his rainy preseason debut…Struggled as the No. 2 QB the following week at Buffalo (Aug. 20), going 4 for 9 for 21 yards, with one sack and an INT; his two best plays were carries (22, 9 yards)…Ended preseason on a good note, though, at Tennessee (Sept. 1); orchestrated an important scoring drive, converting two third downs, before hitting TE Ben Steele on a 12-yard TD…Vs. New Orleans (Oct. 9): Made his NFL debut in 52-3 win. Entered on the Packers’ initial series of the fourth quarter and completed his lone attempt, his first career pass, to FB Vonta Leach for no gain…At Baltimore (Dec. 19): Got his most extensive playing time in 48-3 Monday night loss. Came off the bench toward the end of the third quarter and finished the contest, going 8 for 15 with one INT, plus one carry for 8 yards…Vs. Seattle (Jan. 1): Took the game’s final kneel-down, his only play, after replacing Favre, who had started the drive…2005 Draft: Selected by the Packers in the first round with the No. 24 overall pick. Was the second QB taken after Alex Smith (49ers) at No. 1, the eighth QB drafted by the Packers in the first round and the first since Rich Campbell, also from Cal, in 1981. Also joined Campbell as the only Cal players drafted by Green Bay in the first round. Passed on his final year of eligibility and was considered one of the top QB prospects in the country with numerous football observers rating him as the No. 1 pick in the draft.

COLLEGE: A two-year starter and letterman at California, he completed 424 of 665 passes (63.8 percent) for 5,469 yards, with 43 TDs and 13 INTs while playing in 25 games with 22 starts…His 150.3 career passer rating and 1.95 INT percentage are both tops in school history…Threw for 250-plus yards 10 times and had 160 rushes for 336 yards (2.1 avg.) and eight TDs…With scant Division I interest after two highly successful prep seasons, began his college career at Butte College, near Chico, Calif. …It was there that Cal coach Jeff Tedford noticed Rodgers while watching video of a teammate, TE Garrett Cross (who later, too, became a Cal Golden Bear, and then a Green Bay Packer)…After watching him practice and feeling confident in his ability to thrive in Berkeley, Tedford offered Rodgers a scholarship and launched the beginning of two immensely successful seasons…Majored in American studies…Junior season (2004): Started all 12 games for the Bears, including the Holiday Bowl vs. Texas Tech (Dec. 30)…Finished with 209 completions in 316 attempts (66.1 percent) for 2,566 yards and 24 TDs, with eight INTs…Helped the team reach its highest national ranking (No. 4) since 1952, produce its best regular-season record (10-1) in 54 years and record the most conference wins (seven) in 55 years…Led an offense that ranked first in the conference in passing efficiency (167.39, fourth nationally), total offense (494.7 ypg, fifth), scoring offense (37.3 ppg, sixth) and rushing offense (260 ypg, fifth)…Offense was second-highest scoring in school history…Named first-team All-Pacific-10, and received honorable mention All-America honors from AP, College & Pro Football Newsweekly and SportsIllustrated.com…Also was a second-team Pac-10 All-Academic choice…Was one of 15 players to receive letters from the Heisman Trophy Committee in November, and was named to the watch lists for the Walter Camp Foundation Player of the Year Award, the Maxwell Award and the Davey O’Brien Award…Served as team co-captain and was chosen as Cal’s co-Offensive MVP…Finished second in the conference in passing efficiency (154.4), behind Southern California’s Matt Leinart; the efficiency mark ranked eighth among all NCAA passers in 2004 and was the second-best achievement in Cal annals (164.5, Dave Barr, 1993)…Fired three or more TDs four times on the season…Completed a single-game school-record 23 consecutive passes at USC (Oct. 9) to tie an NCAA mark, running his school-record string to 26 straight completions dating back to previous game at Oregon State (Oct. 2). Finished USC game 29 of 34 for 85.3 percent, another school record…Sophomore season (2003): Upon transferring from Butte College, played in three of the Golden Bears’ first four games before taking over as the starter in Game 5 at Illinois (Sept. 20), leading Cal to a 7-3 record as a starter…Authored one of the finest quarterbacking seasons of any sophomore in Pac-10 history, throwing for 2,903 yards and 19 TDs, with only five INTs, on 215-of-349 passing (61.6 percent)…The passing yardage total ranked second on Cal’s all-time list (now fourth) and his INT percentage of 1.43 set a school record (breaking old mark of 1.69 set by Gary Graumann in 1977)…Additionally, his passer efficiency rating (146.6) ranked fourth in school annals, and with 210 yards rushing, his 3,113 total yards ranked second…Registered 300 or more yards through the air five times, tying Pat Barnes’ school record…Authored two major INT-free streaks: the first came as he started his Cal career with 98 straight passes without an INT, the second came later in the season as he threw 105 times without a pick, ending at Oregon (Nov. 8)…Over the last five games of the season, completed 68.2 percent of his passes (105 of 154) for 1,596 yards (319.1 ypg), 12 TDs and two INTs…Was clutch in the school’s final two contests, throwing for 348 yards vs. Washington (Nov. 15) and 359 at Stanford (Nov. 22), both must-wins in order for Cal to clinch its first bowl berth since 1996…In the Stanford contest, registered 414 yards of total offense (359 passing, 55 rushing) to record the highest total in the 106-year history of the “Big Game”; it was the fourth-highest total offense output in team history…Stretched streak of 300-yard passing games to three in Insight Bowl vs. Virginia Tech (Dec. 26), throwing for collegiate-high 394 in 52-49 win and putting up 424 yards of total offense, third best in school annals…Served as one of two offensive team captains…Freshman season (2002): During his one year at Butte College in Oroville, Calif., led the Roadrunners to a 10-1 record, a NorCal Conference championship and a No. 2 national ranking…Passed for 2,408 yards and 28 TDs, with only four INTs, on 164 completions in 265 attempts (61.9 percent)…Also carried 101 times for 294 yards and seven TDs…Authored single-game school records for TDs (six) and all-purpose yards (440)…Earned third-team All-America mention from J.C. Grid-Wire, in addition to NorCal Conference and region MVP honors…Voted MVP in Holiday Bowl victory over San Joaquin Delta (Junior College) with a 251-yard, two-TD pass performance…Listed in SuperPrep’s JuCo 100, ranking him 41st among all junior college players nationally.

PERSONAL: Given name Aaron Charles Rodgers…Born in Chico, Calif. …Nicknamed “A-Rod”…Single… Father, Ed, played offensive guard at Chico State from 1973-76 and then lined up for three-plus seasons (three games in 1978, 1979-81) with the Twin City Cougars, a semi-pro football team in Marysville, Calif.; Cougars captured the 1980 semi-pro national championship by defeating the Delavan (Wis.) Red Devils, 37-20...Younger brother, Jordan, played quarterback at Vanderbilt and is now a rookie with the Jacksonville Jaguars…High school: A two-time all-section choice (2000-01) at Pleasant Valley High School in Chico, Calif., passing for 4,419 yards over the course of his junior and senior seasons and setting the single-season school record for passing yards his senior year (2,303)…Also pitched for his high school baseball team as a senior…Community involvement: Has become particularly active with the Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer (MACC) Fund and recently eclipsed the $1 million mark in total monies raised through various campaigns and events…Has hosted the fundraising banquet, “An Evening with Aaron Rodgers,” in Milwaukee in each of the last four offseasons on behalf of the organization…In December 2011, hosted “A Pack Lunch with Aaron Rodgers,” where MACC Fund donors joined him for an afternoon lunch hour in Green Bay…In 2009, worked with The Salvation Army to have “Twelve’s Day of Christmas,” a benefit partnering with Shopko to give holiday gifts to underprivileged children…Co-hosted a charity golf tournament with Young Life from 2006-08…Plays annually in the Andy North and Friends Golf Getaway, an event that raises money and awareness for the University of Wisconsin Paul P. Carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center…A scratch golfer, plays regularly and has played in the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship in Lake Tahoe, Nev., nine times…Has participated in the Edgar Bennett Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon, the Vince Lombardi Golf Classic and the 2009 ESPY Celebrity Golf Classic…While at Cal, he and WR Geoff McArthur participated in fundraiser “Touchdown for Kids,” with money donated to local youth programs for every TD pass connection authored by the two…Hobbies/interests: Worked a summer job in 2004 washing windows in the San Francisco Bay area with Cal punter David Lonie, who was briefly with the Packers prior to the 2007 season…An avid indie rock and country music listener, his favorite solo artists include Ben Harper, Mat Kearney and Pete Murray, and he lists his favorite bands as Anberlin and Counting Crows…Is also an ardent Milwaukee Brewers fan and enjoys attending their games…Recorded a series of promotional ads for the club during 2012 spring training…Lists the Bible as his favorite book and Land of the Lost, The Princess Bride, and Tombstone as his favorite movies…Game of Thrones, Jeopardy and South Park are among his favorite TV shows…His offseason travels have featured trips to Australia, Cabo San Lucas, the Kentucky Derby, and the ESPY Awards in Los Angeles, where he served as a presenter multiple times…Residence: Chico, Calif.…Residence: Chico, Calif.