And though Green Bay, Wis., is quite a ways from Chico, the Rodgers family seemingly remained as supportive as could be.

Darla (Ed), Luke, Jordan, and their maternal grandparents were the brothers. BarbaraAnd Chuck Pittman, were all in Arlington, Texas, when the Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers to win Super Bowl XLV in 2011, three years after Rodgers had taken the team reins from veteran quarterback Brett Favre. Rodgers was the Super Bowl MVP after throwing for 304 yards and three touchdowns, with no interceptions.

Before the big game Ed was interviewed by a journalist Dallas News‘ Sports Day noted that there was no evidence in his chiropractic office of who his son was.

“Just my way, I guess,” Ed said. I don’t like to show off my clothes. I’m pretty well known by the people here. He couldn’t be prouder.

Ed said, “I was aware that Aaron had a special gift.” The New York TimesYou never know when your kid will be in the Super Bowl.

Aaron was complimented by a friend, which the elder Rodgers told him about. Aaron said, “Yeah. But you should see your brother. He’s better.’ He’s better.” I replied, “You know that’s a rare response to this question.” Ed continued, “Aaron is an interesting mix of humbleness and confidence.”