Published: Mon, May 13, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Aaron Rodgers Will Reportedly Be On Game Of Thrones This Week

Aaron Rodgers Will Reportedly Be On Game Of Thrones This Week

"I definitely want to be killed or in one of the steamy scenes for sure", he said on The Dan Patrick Show back in 2018 while refusing to confirm or deny if he'd been approached to be on the show.

Now, while this seems like just a chance for a potential hot take to blow up the Internet, Rodgers himself has hinted at making an appearance, too.

And according to the Washington Post, he and girlfriend Danica Patrick were seen last summer in Northern Ireland, where a lot of "Thrones" filming is done.

If that weren't enough, on May 10, Sam Alex of SamAlexRadio asked Rodgers at the Kentucky Derby if he'd ever cameo in a tv show or movie? She told Jimmy Kimmel, "Episode five is bigger".

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Rodgers wouldn't be the first sports star to visit Westeros.

And since everything on GoT is bigger and badder, why not have Rodgers chow down on an entire wheel of cheese? A number of high-profile musicians have made cameos as well, including Ed Sheeran and Chris Stapleton.

The episode will air at 8 p.m. on HBO.

Should Green Bay's outspoken leader appear in one of the final two episodes, he would join a pretty impressive list of notable actors, artists and athletes who have appeared in the Emmy-winning television series. Rodgers can return in Week 15 against the Panthers.

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