Baller Moves: NFL Superstar Aaron Rodgers Donates $1 Million To Small Businesses And Gets Engaged To Hollywood Actress.

Aaron Rodgers seems to have life pretty much figured out.

He plays football in Green Bay for the Packers, where he is universally adored and faces little to no media scrutiny.  But in the off-season he lives in his mansion in Malibu, California.

He seems to have a type when it comes to who he dates; beautiful celebrities, and he recently became engaged to one.

His NFL contract pays him about $40 million per season, and in his down time he stars in hilarious All-State Commercial TV commercials where he makes millions more.

His trophy case is huge by the way, and he added another MVP award in February. 

There’s not much more he could do for himself, so Rodgers is focusing on helping others.  He took a chunk of his personal fortune and donated $1 million to help out 80 small, locally-owned businesses in his hometown of Chico, California, and throughout Butte County in Northern Cal.

Rodgers shared some details in a statement he released. “Small, locally owned businesses are the heart and soul of a community. In the applications and the videos, it was heart-wrenching to hear about all the obstacles facing restaurants and retail establishments. So many of them are struggling just to stay in business but remain hopeful that there’s an end to this.”

Now about his love life. While he’s only played for one team in his NFL career, Rodgers’ personal life has been on display for years, thanks to his high-profile girlfriends.

In 2011 he was alleged to be dating “Gossip Girl” star Jessica Szohr.

In 2014 he began a relationship with actress Olivia Munn that lasted three years.

After that, he reportedly dated Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Kelly Rohrbach briefly.

Then it was on to a very public love affair with race car driver Danica Patrick that lasted two years. 

In February, Rodgers officially announced he was engaged to actress Shailene Woodley, who starred in “Big Little Lies.”

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