Aaron Rodgers Looks Like Incredible Hulk After Body Transformation

Aaron Rodgers Looks Like Incredible Hulk After Body Transformation

New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers got injured and missed all of last season, but he isn’t letting that slow him down.

The 40-year-old may be the NFL’s oldest superstar at this point, but he is still at the top of his game.

From a personal life standpoint, he was literally just dating a 20-something-year-old model heiress who had a propensity for wearing see-through shirts. And as his wild 40th birthday party photos proved, he can still hang with the best of them when going out.

But in addition to that, from a professional standpoint, Rodgers is still in peak condition. Although he wasn’t able to return to the football field for the 2023-24 NFL season, he was still working on his body nonstop.

The result? A massive body transformation that left Rodgers looking like the Incredible Hulk:


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In addition to getting in fantastic shape, Rodgers has also been taking a look at the Jets’ current roster and who he wants to see on it.

Two guys he hopes the front office retains? Punter Thomas Morstead and kicker Greg Zuerlein.

“We had last year an incredible kicker and punter,” Rodger said on a podcast this week.

“Both older guys, which I love. But Thomas Morstead was our punter, he had a phenomenal season. He’s in his late 30s but takes care of himself incredibly well. He was just a weapon for us, with hang time, with inside-the-20 punts, inside-the-10 punts. They were game changing plays.”

Rodgers is a polarizing figure, but he is also a tremendous quarterback.

A big reason for his success has been his tried-and-true work ethic. And nothing shows how legit it is more than how much he has worked on his body over the past year.

Will this Incredible Hulk version of Rodgers be able to lead the Jets into the playoffs come next season? Time will tell.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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