Aaron Rodgers’ performance with the Green Bay Packers during the 2010s has earned him a coveted honor.
It was announced Monday that Rodgers, along with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Tom Brady, had been named to the NFL All-Decade Team at quarterback by the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Rodgers guided the Packers to the second-best record during the decade, while winning one Super Bowl and appearing in a total of four NFC Championship Games. He also won a pair of Most Valuable Player awards and was selected to seven Pro Bowls.
The former No. 1 pick in 2005 joins Brett Favre, Bart Starr, Arnie Herber and Cecil Isbell as Packers quarterbacks to be named to an All-Decade Team.
Two other former Packers — Jahri Evans (2018) and Julius Peppers (2014-16) — also made the cut, as did a pair of former Badgers in tackle Joe Thomas and defensive end J.J. Watt. Thomas and Watt were two of eight players to be selected unanimously.
Here is the full team:
WR – Antonio Brown, Larry Fitzgerald, Calvin Johnson, Julio Jones
TE – Rob Gronkowski, Travis Kelce
T – Jason Peters, Tyron Smith, Joe Saley, Joe Thomas
G – Jahri Evans, Logan Mankins, Zack Martin, Marshal Yanda
C – Alex Mack, Maurkice Pouncey
QB – Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers
RB – Frank Gore, Marshawn Lynch, LeSean McCoy, Adrian Peterson
Flex – Darren Sproles
DE — Calais Campbell, Cameron Jordan, Julius Peppers, J.J. Watt
DT – Geno Atkins, Fletcher Cox, Aaron Donald, Ndamukong Suh
LB – Chandler Jones, Luke Kuechly, Khalil Mack, Von Miller, Bobby Wagner, Patrick Willis
CB – Patrick Peterson, Darrelle Revis, Richard Sherman
S – Eric Berry, Earl Thomas, Eric Weddle
DB – Chris Harris, Tyrann Mathieu
P – Johnny Hekker, Shane Lechler
K – Stephen Gostkowski, Justin Tucker
PR – Tyreek Hill, Darren Sproles
KR – Devin Hester, Cordarrelle Patterson
COACHES — Bill Belichick, Pete Carroll