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ESPN Officially Hires Unsuccessful And Failed Quarterback Whose Big Brother Is A Star

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief

The ESPN’s SEC network has officially hired Aaron Rodgers’ little brother Jordan.

ESPN cited his “unique perspective” as a large reason for why they hired the former Vanderbilt quarterback. (RELATED: NFL Super Bowl Champion Aaron Rodgers Must Really Not Like His Little Brother)

Jordan, who recently won the Bachelorette, was wildly unsuccessful when came to actually playing football. He played in only 25 games for a team that couldn’t consistently win if their lives depended on it, and only managed to throw 25 touchdowns across the same stretch of time. (RELATED: Ex-Girlfriend DESTROYS Aaron Rodgers’ Brother During ‘Bachelorette’ [PHOTOS])

His career competition percentage of barely more than 55 percent is one of the many reasons why NFL teams showed essentially no interest despite the fact that his brother Aaron is one of the greatest players ever. (SLIDESHOW: Derek Jeter’s New Wife Loves Showing Off Skin)

So that “unique perspective” ESPN is talking about must be the perspective of a guy who never went pro and never won in college. (SLIDESHOW: These Are The Sexiest Photos Of Ronda Rousey On The Internet)

Bold choice ESPN, bold choice indeed.

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