By | July 27, 2022
Aaron Rodgers arrives for Packers training camp in the form of a man who has just stepped off the set of the movie ‘Con Air” in 1997.Green Bay – As everyone in the fall tried to figure out who Aaron Rodgers was going to dress in costume for Halloween, Nicolas Cage in “Con Air” kept coming up.Better tard than never.Through coincidence or carefully planned coordinated effort, Rodgers’ arrival ahead of Green Bay Packers training camp on Tuesday was accompanied by seriously Cage vibes. The hair was down the white tank top with ribbed edges was tucked in with the guns taken out, the new tattoo not evident, the jeans tied …It was extremely Cage in his released Army Ranger Cameron Poe in the 1997 Jerry Bruckheimer action-thriller

The Packers posted a picture of Rodgers and to add drama the Packers shared a slow-motion video of his strolling through his Lambeau Field parking lot. The only thing missing was a wind generator and music.

Twitter users Twitter contributed to the second. One person even added the voiceover of”Con Air” to the “Con Air” trailer to the video, and you might think, perhaps to be a bit scary for Minnesota Vikings fans this season:

“He’s a U.S. Ranger. Highly decorated. Did a little hell-raising when he was a kid but nothing serious. He’s defending his wife, got in a drunken brawl and he killed a guy. It could’ve happened to you or me.”

While many people were able to see Cage other people were able to see other people saw former Creed leader Scott Stapp, who notably wears white tank top in the music video in the song “Higher” and also appeared as a popular Halloween costume suggestion. (Rodgers eventually chose Keanu Reeves as the role in the “John Wick” films.)

Whatever the case the outfit this year was a marked different style from last year’s camp style statement in which Rodgers carried his “NBA Jam”-style T-shirt featuring the “Kevin’s Famous Chili” scene from “The Office,” one of Rodgers most favored shows.

After the much talked-about brown corduroy dress Rodgers was wearing at his “NFL Honors” ceremony in February, nothing in Rodgers his outfit selections for special occasions will really be a surprise to Packers fans any more.

 

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