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*Warning: Game of Thrones spoilers ahead!*


Like almost everyone these days, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is a huge fan of Game of Thrones.

Unlike most of us, however, Rodgers was famous enough to reach out to David Benioff and D.B. Weiss to secure himself a small cameo in the show's penultimate episode.

He's teased his appearance for months now, though many didn't know he was being serious.

But as the episode premiered on Sunday, May 12, Rodgers revealed his cameo was as real as can be.

Aaron Rodgers on Instagram: “It was just for a few seconds, but I’ll always be thankful to have been on the penultimate episode of @gameofthrones #crazyepisodetonight…”


Quickly, Twitter users believed they spotted the all-star quarterback amongst the archers at King's Landing.


Rodgers can also be seen later in the episode being incinerated by dragon fire.

Seeing Rodgers run from this fire seemed awfully familiar to many Twitter users...




Hopefully his battle wounds won't keep Rodgers off the field come this fall.


To perfectly embody his character, Rodgers got deep into the mind of a King's Landing citizen...

For the Green Bay golden boy, appearing on Game of Thrones is the culmination of a years-long fantasy.


Every Sunday night, Rodgers is doing one of two things:

playing football, or watching GoT.



Some people weren't as lucky picking out Rodgers as others...

R.I.P. Aaron Rodgers's King's Landing counterpart...you will be remembered fondly.

You can get your own little Aaron Rodgers here. Whether or not you have a dragon set him on fire is up to you.

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