The NFL doesn’t know how to spell its reigning MVP’s last name

The NFL Shop is currently undertaking a directed marketing campaign, sending out personalized emails to fans of each team advertising the team’s new Nike jerseys. Based on the image provided in the email intended for Packers fans, the Cheeseheads may want to keep their wallet closed a little longer while the NFL works on their quality control processes.

The name on the back of the jersey which the model is sporting is spelled “Rogers”, omitting the admittedly silent “d”. Hey, look on the bright side, at least they didn’t use an image of an Onal River or Esmon Bishop jersey.

[ProFootballTalk]

[Image Source: Larry Brown Sports]

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2 thoughts on “The NFL doesn’t know how to spell its reigning MVP’s last name

  1. anon says:

    messing up Favre, i could understand, but Rodgers, come on!

  2. Gadi says:

    I blame all the Cheeseheads at Lambeau and their “Welcome to Mr. Rodgers’ Neighborhood” signs for the confusion.

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