Aaron Rodgers Sat Next to Mallory Edens So People Are Wondering...

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Aaron Rodgers sat front row to watch the Milwaukee Bucks host the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night. Teammate Randall Cobb was also there. The two Green Bay Packers players were shown on the big screen during the game with Rodgers pulling an oh, sorry I didn't see you there before flashing an I love you to the crowd with his hand. What you don't see in this clip which was posted on the NBA's Twitter account is Mallory Edens, who was seated on Rodgers' right.

See? There she is right there. And it was Aaron Rodgers' birthday with People noting that Rodgers celebrated his birthday "courtside with daughter Milwaukee Bucks owner." And Blu of the Earth, the last woman rumored to be dating Rodgers was "nowhere to be found" according to Outkick. Just Jared says these two sitting next to each other "continues to fuel" dating rumors. Even the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel felt the need to note the seating arrangements.

Gawker went so far as to dub Edens, "Rodgers's potential new girlfriend."

Now, the Green Bay Packers quarterback has a new love interest, and she happens to be an important figure in the Wisconsin sports world. Her name is Mallory Edens, and she is a daughter of Milwaukee Bucks owner Wes Edens. Rodgers and Mal were spotted smiling at each other in courtside seats at the Bucks game on Friday, which was Rodgers’s 39th birthday. Wow.

Wow, indeed. Anyway, here are Rodgers and Edens sitting next to each other during the 2022 NBA Playoffs and then again back in 2019 because that's just where Aaron Rodgers sits when he goes to Bucks games. As you can see, he sometimes goes with Randall Cobb.

Randall Cobb, Aaron Rodgers, Mallory Edens
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So you're saying they have a history.

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