Aaron Rodgers trolled by TV announcers while at Yankees game as they joke controversial Jets quarterback ‘could be talking about anything’ to guest in his suite

Controversial Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers was heckled by Yankees TV announcers as he attended Monday night’s home game.

As New York took on the Seattle Mariners, the cameras cut to the four-time NFL MVP, who was having an animated conversation with another guest in the suite.

“Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers does [at the Yankees game]as a guest of Marcus Stroman,” one of the presenters began, referring to the star pitcher.

“I wonder what he’s talking about there?” a second commentator chimed in.

‘Could be something.’

Aaron Rodgers was the target of some light trolling during the Yankees game on Monday

He was seen having an animated conversation with another guest in the middle of the game

He was seen having an animated conversation with another guest in the middle of the game

The announcers revealed that the Super Bowl champion was a guest of pitcher Marcus Stroman

The announcers revealed that the Super Bowl champion was a guest of pitcher Marcus Stroman

The commentators seemed to be trolling Rodgers’ infamous spate of controversies.

As fans will recall, he has not received the COVID-19 vaccine and has misled the public about it, regularly spouts conspiracy theories about UFOs, and has expressed support for independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

The 40-year-old was even on a shortlist of potential candidates to run alongside Kennedy in the upcoming election – and even considered quitting football for the job.

The Quarterback was back in practice on Monday for OTAs with the New York Jets

The Quarterback was back in practice on Monday for OTAs with the New York Jets

Rodgers spent almost all of last NFL season on the bench after tearing his Achilles tendon

Rodgers spent almost all of last NFL season on the bench after tearing his Achilles tendon

The Yankees commentators also dragged Rodgers for not paying attention to the game, admitting he was probably “watching” the TV screen.

Earlier in the day, he was spotted participating in the Jets’ organized team activities (OTAs).

In one social media post, Rodgers threw a perfect pass to Garrett Wilson, who sprinted his way in for a touchdown.

The signs are already positive for Rodgers – who missed all but four games last season due to a troublesome Achilles tendon.

Only four times in his career as a Jet did the quarterback go down and did not return to the field last season.

The Jets open their preseason on August 10 with a home game against the Washington Commanders before taking on the New York Giants on August 24.

They open their regular season on the road on Monday Night Football against the reigning NFC champions: the San Francisco 49ers.