Now, Rodgers will follow that up by enjoying his own day in 2012. Earlier this year, both houses of a normally contentious Wisconsin Legislature unanimously approved a resolution declaring Dec. 12, 2012 Aaron Rodgers Day statewide.
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On Wednesday, the former Cal signal caller accepted a plaque signifying the honor from a handful of lawmakers who made the trip to Lambeau Field.
"It's a very humbling honor to receive this distinction of having a day all to myself," Rodgers said, according to the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
Dec. 12 was chosen because it will be 12-12-12, and 12 is Rodgers' uniform number.
Packers fan Jennifer Brilowski started a Facebook page calling for the honor last year, and her efforts quickly picked up steam.