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A timeline of Aaron Rodgers’s crimes.


Aaron Rodgers, Jail?


Since 11/16/2008 I have kept a very close eye on the California native, NFL quarterback, Aaron Rodgers. After many years of extensive research, I have come up with one answer to one very serious question. Should the quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers be in jail? The answer, as you’ll find below, is very simple…yes. Not just for a couple months either. Years…many years. And Fines. This a breakdown of every dollar and year he owes us.


Starting off with some smaller things that I couldn’t nail him down for (yet) but should be mentioned.

-Being a jerk

-Lying (about his vaccination status)

-Telling someone you own them, when you really don’t

-Stupid hair

-Being arrogant

-Sucking at his job when it matters most (playoffs)


6 months. Fine Total: $2500

Did you know, spitting is illegal in Goodyear, Arizona? Which is just 11 miles from where the Arizona Cardinals play, State Farm Stadium. Aaron Rodgers has been to Goodyear, and I’ve seen him spit there. Up to $2500 fine and/or 6 months in prison.


3 years and 6 months. Fine Total: $10,300

Unlawful possession of narcotics- max. 3 years 6 months in prison and $10,000 fine.

-Played on Percocet (admitted/bragged about on Joe Rogan’s podcast)

-Assuming the drugs didn’t wear off right after the game or if they did he took another then you have driving under the influence. First offense up to $300


15 years. Fine Total: $50,000

Their was a viral video where he was playing in a 7-on-7 with high school boys. When he threw an interception to one of the minors. He then, in pure rage, anger, and embarrassment, attacked the very young boy. Now we are getting into some serious stuff. Battery of a minor.


Now I’m going to give out the maximum here, because a weapon was used and the child was a minor. Felony battery charges in Wisconsin can range from 3.5 to 15 years in prison; with fines from 10-50k. Two quotes from Wisconsin law that back this charge up: “You can be charged with battery if you intentionally cause injury to another person” and “You can be charged with battery for pushing, scuffling, spitting, or throwing something at someone.”


Total prison time: 19 years

Total Fines: $62,800


I KNOW that there are more crimes. I am just waiting for them to pop up. And when they do, me and my team will be ready. That’s how crime and criminals work…you can’t stop once you’ve started…it’s up to guys like you and me to catch the bad guys.


Go Bears.

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