Turns out Aaron Rodgers doesn’t just throw Hail Marys on the football field.
While serving as a guest star against Fox reporter Erin Andrews during Sunday’s episode of The $100,000 Pyramid, the Packers quarterback helped one contestant cash in on the big prize.
Rodgers, making his third appearance on a game show in the past two years, guessed all six clues within the 60-second timer to win his teammate the $100,000 prize. He correctly guessed people who are bald after being told Terry Bradshaw…old grandmothers, old men, Terry Bradshaw…aging as hints on the final challenge.
Despite a comment from Andrews earlier on the show that threw shade at the Packers’ loss to the Falcons in the NFC Championship game, Rodgers seems to be holding his own.
The Mavericks signed Finney-Smith to a partially guaranteed three-year deal last July, then picked up Ferrell in late January from the NBA Developmental League’s Long Island Nets. Cuban said Dallas saw heart, desire, work ethic, athleticism and skill in the pair of undrafted rookies.
It’s fit, opportunity and courage, Cuban said when asked about what it requires for an undrafted player to make an NBA roster. We tell our (players who sign) 10-days to act as if they have been here all year. Don’t spend time trying to fit in because by the time you feel comfortable the contract is over and you may not have shown us your best play.
They need to put in the time to learn what we do on both sides of the ball and go out there and show us what they can do within our system.