For most of Aaron Rodgers’ acting career, the superstar Green Bay Packers quarterback has been pegged simply as a guy who doles out “discount double-checks.”
Well, no longer is he relegated to just commercials, as Rodgers will be stepping out of his shell and directly into The Office, according to WGBA-TV.
The final season wraps up later this month, and one very famous football star is making a guest appearance on Thursday’s episode.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is all set to make his acting debut.
One of the characters on the show auditions at “America’s Next A Capella Sensation.”
Aaron Rodgers plays one of the judges.
For those of you who watch the show, Andy Bernard (played by Ed Helms) has taken over for Michael Scott (Steve Carrell) as the office’s regional manager and also happens to be an a cappella aficionado.
How epic would it be it Rodgers dusted off those pipes and sang a little number himself?
Well, probably not as epic as another Super Bowl for all the Green Bay fans out there, but you get the point.
[H/T CBS Sports]