Aaron Rodgers, the esteemed quarterback, has showcased a plethora of diverse haircuts throughout the years, leaving us in constant anticipation of his next striking transformation.
From the iconic boy band cut that defined his early days to the John Wick haircut, Rodgers has proven himself a master of reinvention. Here is a list of Aaron Rodgers’ ever-changing hairstyles.
Fresh out of Cal, Aaron Rodgers exuded a certain frat-boy charm that may not have won him the approval to date your sister.
As the Green Bay Packers quarterback, Rodgers chose the California kid quarterback as the No. 24 overall pick.
To finally give credit where it’s due, Aaron Rodgers’ haircut look perfectly captured the essence of questionable early 2000s hairstyles, and surprisingly, it worked for him back then.
In 2012, Aaron Rodgers made a notable change to his playstyle, as well as his hairstyle. He traded his previously unruly locks for a more polished look, eventually becoming his signature style for several years.
Rodgers decided to dial back on hair products and embrace a more natural appearance in 2012. This decision proved successful, as he went on to win his first of three MVP awards after the 2011 season.
Although the scruff was noticeable in previous years of play, Aaron Rodgers has recently embraced facial hair to evolve his appearance throughout his career. He possesses a unique ability to pull off various styles, which is quite remarkable compared to others on this list.
Gone are the days of the tightly groomed haircut and clean-cut Aaron Rodgers. He has fully embraced his bearded dynamo persona. The boy band Soul Patch is a thing of the past, replaced by the Brooklyn Hipster Aaron.
You’ll notice the wisps of gray hair peeking out from Aaron Rodgers’ chin, a sign of his wisdom gained over the years.
During the offseason, he might even find himself atop the Himalayan mountains, seeking guidance from the football gods and meditating on dismantling opposing defenses.
In early 2019, Aaron Rodgers took a break from his bearded look to channel his inner “Mad Men”. Although he didn’t win the MVP that year, he made a comeback in the following season, leading his team to the NFC Championship game.
Rodgers briefly ditched his well-groomed facial hair during the offseason, only to finally return to his full beard look in 2020.
As the 2019 season draws to a close, Rodgers once again embraces the majestic fullness of his beard, which reaches its glorious peak as the playoffs approach. It exudes a sense of grandeur and he resembles the charismatic frontman of a Mumford & Sons cover band.
The beard, albeit slightly trimmed, continues to grace his face as the 2020 season kicks off.
During this tumultuous year, Aaron Rodgers took the opportunity to reflect on his new look, his life and even his new “John Wick” hairstyle. Photos captured during the offseason revealed his hair growing longer, almost reaching his shoulders. And when the 2021 season kicked off, he fully embraced the men’s haircut trends of 2014, sporting a stylish man bun.
Aaron Rodgers explained in an interview that his long hair was for a Halloween costume that year.
After the match against the New England Patriots, the fans began criticizing Aaron Rodger’s haircut due to his long hair and unconventional reverse mullet hairstyle.
One shocked NFL fan took to Twitter to share, “Seems like my man is in the midst of a mid-life crisis.
“Someone pointed out that Aaron Rodgers’s hair now resembles a Rockhopper penguin, and now I can’t unsee it,” another person remarked. “You may be having a bad hair day, man bun, but you are not having Aaron Rodgers’ ‘I passed out last night, and my teammates shaved my head’ bad hair day,” one Green Bay Packers fan joked on Twitter.
Over the past few years, Aaron Rodgers has sported various hairstyles. Among his fanbase, one particular look stands out as a favorite.
It resembles the iconic 2010 season when the Green Bay Packers triumphed over the Pittsburgh Steelers to claim the Lombardi Trophy. However, the new haircut will have little impact on on-field performance.
Let’s see what his new look is for the next NFL season. Will it be a new hairstyle, or will Rodgers try a new haircut?
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