TWO YEARS AGO the Chiefs' Aaron Murray saw his brother, Josh, win it all on The Bachelorette. Although Josh's relationship didn't last, hope springs eternal. This season Jordan Rodgers, the younger brother of Packers star Aaron, is taking part in ABC's romp for the roses. Besides having names that begin with J and brothers named Aaron who play quarterback, here are how the former athletes turned reality stars match up.
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Went from high school to pros
Butte (Calif.) College; Vanderbilt
48th pick in 2002 (Brewers)
Undrafted in 2013
Never made it past Class A
Signed by Jaguars, Buccaneers, Dolphins, B.C. Lions; no game action
.255, 2 homers in 48 games in '02
First QB to lead Vandy to back-to-back bowls
Injuries (including Tommy John surgery)
Quit to pursue a TV career
After retiring, walked on as a safety at Georgia; played in two games
Was a redshirt in '10, when Vandy lost 43--0 to the Bulldogs and the Murrays
THEY SAID IT
"I HAVE ONLY PUT ON 30 POUNDS."
Bills coach, speaking to The MMQB about the impact on his physique since he hired his twin brother, Rob, as defensive coordinator in January.
SIGN OF THE APOCALYPSE
Cleveland fans built a pyramid of 112 beer cans during last Friday's Indians-Orioles game.