ANY GREEN BAY PACKER FANS OUT THERE?
A number of football players don’t want to rival their shoe size? But they well rival their height and weight and we can determine their shoe size with a standard measurement scale. So Aaron Rogers (the starting quarterback for the Green Bay Packes and been hurt this year) is 6’2” and his weight is 220 pounds, he should be a size 13 in shoe size. Some interesting information about Aaron Rogers then and now career, but Yes, we carry Aaron’s shoe size. We go to a 17 in men’s length and 15 in women’s length as well. Now if Aaron needs a wider width – we have up to 14 E widths in our line of shoes and that is in Men’s and Women’s as well.
Aaron Charles Rodgers (born December 2, 1983 in Chico, California, U.S.) is the starting American football quarterback for the Green Bay Packers of the NFL. Rodgers was drafted in the first round (24th overall) of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers.Rodgers played college football for the California Golden Bears, where he set several school records, including lowest interception rate at 1.43%.
Aaron is from Chico in Butte County, California. He attended Pleasant Valley High School in Chico, starting for two years at quarterback and garnering 4,421 passing yards. He set single-game records of 6 touchdowns and 440 all-purpose yards. Aaron also set a single season record with 2,466 total yards.
Aron garnered little interest from Division I programs out of Pleasant Valley with only one offer, that of a walk-on, from the University of Illinois. He declined the Illinois invitation in order to attend Butte College. There Rodgers was discovered by California football head coach Jeff Tedford in 2003 as a freshman, while recruiting Garrett Cross, who attended Chico High School.
As a junior college transfer from Butte Community College in Oroville, California, Aaron had three years of eligibility. He was named the starting quarterback for the University of California, Berkeley Ca. He helped lead the Golden Bears to an 8–6 record, including an upset overtime win over then-No. 3 ranked University of Southern California in his second career start and an Insight Bowl victory against the Virginia Tech Hokies. In 2003, Rodgers tied the school season record for 300 yard games with 5 and set a school record for lowest percentage of passes intercepted at 1.43%. in the fifth game of the 2003 season, against the only team that offered him a division I opportunity out of high school,
As a junior, Aaron led California to the No. 4 regular season ranking. The Bears lost only one regular season game that year, a closely contested and well-played game at #1 Southern California that the Bears lost 23-17. In that game, Aaron set a school record for consecutive completed passes with 26 and tied an NCAA record with 23 consecutive passes completed in one game. Aaron set a school single game record for passing completion, completing 85.3% of his passes in that game. Aaron also holds the school career record for lowest percentage of passes intercepted at 1.95%. Despite these records, the Bears were 1st and goal with 1:47 remaining and the Bears did not score a game-winning touchdown in a game ending sequence that included three incomplete passes and a sack against USC.
After Texas was picked over Cal for a Rose Bowl berth, the Bears earned a spot in the Holiday Bowl, where they lost to Texas Tech, 45-31.After the season, Aaron entered the 2005 NFL Draft.
Aaron was expected to be selected early in the 2005 NFL Draft and was thought of as the potential number one pick overall. He had posted impressive numbers as a junior with Cal throwing for 2,320 yards with a 67.5 completion rating. He had tied an NCAA record when he completed 23 consecutive passes against the eventual national champions, USC. He threw for 23 touchdowns and only 7 interceptions in his last college season, impressing many NFL scouts. His slip to the 24th choice became one of the biggest stories of the draft, though he was still the second quarterback taken in the draft. In addition to the fact that many teams drafting between second and 22rd positions had positional needs more pressing than quarterback, Aaron’ relatively short stature (6’2″) may have contributed to his precipitous slide. Aaron is one of six quarterbacks coached by Jeff Tedford to be drafted in the first round, joining Akili Smith, Trent Dilfer, Joey Harrington, and Kyle Boller.
In August 2005, Aaron agreed to a reported five-year, $7.7 million deal that included $5.4 million in guaranteed money and had the potential to pay him as much as $24.5 million if all incentives and escalators were met.
Aaron spent a disappointing 4–12 2005 season as the Packers’ #2 quarterback behind Brett Favre. Aaron had little playing time during the year, but did see time in a win vs. New Orleans Saints and in a loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
When Favre decided to continue his career into the 2006 season, Aaron was forced to continue in his role as the second quarterback on the depth chart.
On November 19, 2006, Aaron broke his left foot against the New England Patriots in a 35–0 defeat at home while filling in for an injured Brett Favre and missed the remainder of the 2006 season. Aaron made a full recovery and was ready for the start of the 2007 season.
Weeks after an emotional interview with NBC’s Andrea Kramer following the team’s season-ending victory at Chicago, Favre announced he would stay with the Packers for the 2007 season, again postponing Aaron’ hopes of becoming the Green Bay Packers’ starting quarterback. Prior to the 2007 season, rumors surfaced about a potential trade involving Rodgers in which he would be traded to the Oakland Raiders for wide receiver Randy Moss. However, Moss was traded to the New England Patriots during the second day of the 2007 NFL Draft, and Aaron stayed in Green Bay. The Oakland Raiders received a 4th-round draft choice in the trade for Moss.
Aaron stepped in when Favre was injured in the second quarter against the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday Night Football on November 29, 2007. Rodgers completed 18 passes for 201 yards, with no interceptions. He also threw his first touchdown pass, but was sacked three times. Rodgers brought the team back from a 17 point deficit to a 3 point deficit, but the Cowboys went on to win 37–27.
From 2009 to 2010 most every football fan knew what Aaron has done with his career. It been unbelievable!
Being that Aaron Rogers is a 13 (estimate size) in shoe sizes and we carry 4 lengths pass his size, we carry up to a 17 in length for men and for women we carry up to 15 in length. I don’t know Aaron’s width but if he needs a wider width, “Extra Wide Shoes’ or “Wide Wide Shoes” then we have that for him as well being that we carry up to 14E width and that is women’s as well.
We have the best athletic, casual, dressy designs, walking styles of men’s and women’s in the Therapeutic/Comfort line of shoes in the country. We have the length and the widths and where proud of our designs and construction in the world of “Women’s Wide Shoes” Any person that needs a proper fitting width needs to know that the shoes need a extension on the sole of the shoe to properly house their foot with no hang over with their feet to the shoe. What is meant that every width, with us (in a good percentage of our shoes) have two width wider at the outsole of the shoe. So if you need a 6E width, we’ll have an 8E bottom for the base of that width. So again no hang over for your feet and a perfect base for your feet to have all the support and balance that is needed.
A Comfort shoe is usually not a Therapeutic shoe and a Comfort shoe usually has very little mid section support. The lack of the Mid Section support allows your feet to be moving forward and lateral at the same time. These two movements add a great deal more wear and tear on your feet. If you need a view of all our styles, please go to our site dtfootwear.com
We, at DTF, have a deep concern for diabetics and their need for properly fitted footwear. We can provide “wide widths” – 4A to 14E – in both men’s and women’s footwear, and we can help those who have difficulty finding “over sizes” – 11 to 17 in length. We, also, can provide footwear in “under sizes” – 4 to 6 in length. In addition to being capable of providing these wide widths in fashionable styles of Therapeutic/Comfort footwear; we are offering a FREE GIFT to you! With every pair of shoes purchased, we will include up to (3) sets of Customized Heat Moldable Inserts that will provide even more support, added balance and stability every time you wear your shoes.
I hope that this blog has provided you with enough information to help you understand how we can help you. In conclusion, if you are having problems with your feet please do not hesitate to call me on my cell phone 909-215-1622. I am often on the phone or in a meeting, so please leave a message and I will return your call at my earliest opportunity!
We have a saying, in our company, “try us and you’ll have the experience of walking on a pillow, all day long, with more added support and more room and balance that you have ever had in any of your shoes before.” Guaranteed!
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