Viral Video Shows Aaron Rodgers Dancing At Taylor Swift Concert

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A viral video shared online shows New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers dancing during Taylor Swift's concert at MetLife Stadium over the weekend.

The video shows Rodgers dancing to Swift's song, 'Style,' which including putting his hands in the air while moving side to side. Rodgers appears to have attended the 'Eras Tour' Saturday (May 27) night with actor Miles Teller, Teller's wife, Keleigh, and another woman in the stadium's VIP area.

"Taylor Time," Rodgers wrote in an Instagram post tagging Keleigh and showing Miles.

Rodgers famously sang one of Swift's songs alongside Keleigh during a joint vacation to Hawaii with the couple and his then-fiancée, actress Shailene Woodley, in a viral video shared during the 2021 offseason.

"Swifties," Keleigh wrote in the caption of the Instagram video.

Last week, Rodgers, along with several Jets teammates, was asked to name his favorite Taylor Swift song in a video shared by the team's official social media accounts ahead of the scheduled weekend concerts.

""Too many. Too many to count," Rodgers said. "How do you pick just one? But if I had to pick one album, definitely Folklore."

The Jets acquired Rodgers in a blockbuster trade with the Green Bay Packers, with whom the quarterback spent the entirety of his 18-year NFL career, last month.

Rodgers had previously announced his intention to play for the Jets during an appearance on the Pat McAfee Show prior to the completion of a deal. Rodgers met with Jets owner Woody Johnson and a contingent of team representatives in California on March 7. New York had previously acquired Rodgers' predecessor, Brett Favre, in a trade with the Packers in 2008, which led to the eventual four-time NFL MVP taking over as Green Bay's starting quarterback for the remainder of his tenure with the franchise.

In January, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that the Jets were "a very real scenario" in a possible trade for Rodgers even prior to the recent hiring of Nathaniel Hackett as offensive coordinator, who had previously held the same position in Green Bay and Rodgers had publicly praised following his hiring as the Denver Broncos' head coach last offseason. Rodgers led the NFL's top scoring offense during the first of two consecutive Associated Press Most Valuable Player award-winning seasons in 2020, both of which took place during Hackett's tenure with the Packers.

Rodgers signed a three-year, $150 million extension with the Packers last offseason amid previous reports of being disgruntled with the franchise. The 39-year-old was coming off back-to-back MVP seasons ahead of the 2022 NFL season, which resulted in Green Bay missing the playoffs after clinching a postseason berth during the previous three consecutive seasons and 11 of the past 13 years.

Rodgers leads all Packers quarterbacks with 475 touchdowns and ranks second in franchise history behind only Favre in QB wins (147), completions (5,001) and passing yards (7,660).

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