Aaron Rodgers is already wearing a Big Apple smile.
The quarterback was pictured in Calabasas, California on Monday, running a few errands around the time news of his trade from the Packers to the Jets broke.
Rodgers was grinning as he picked up coffee and some groceries at Iriohon Market around 1 p.m. EST.
There is likely to be relief from all aspects of the deal, which apparently stalled after weeks of negotiations only to be finalized by the teams on Monday afternoon.
The news was first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter at approximately 4:15 a.m. ET.
The Jets will receive Rodgers — a QB who apparently based many of their unofficial personnel decisions — and the 15th and 170th overall picks in the 2023 NFL Draft.
The return to Green Bay is the 13th pick in the first round on Thursday, as well as the 207th overall and second conditional pick in 2024, which could transfer to the first player if Rodgers plays 65% of the picks next season.
From the looks of it, Rodgers is ready and willing for what will be the first shots of the 39-year-old not wearing a Packers jersey after 18 NFL seasons.
The name on the front of the jersey wouldn’t be Rodgers’ only difference: He’ll trade his No. 12 — retired by the Jets for Joe Namath — for the No. 8 he wore collegiately at Cal.
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He also has plenty of fans waiting for him in the Gang Green’s locker room, with several of his new teammates expressing their excitement on social media Monday afternoon.
“About miserable time!” Books running back Bryce Hall.
Center Conor McGovern, who got a new contract from the Jets on Monday, is thrilled that he lobbed the ball to Rodgers.
“I didn’t think today could get any better…let’s goo,” McGovern wrote on Twitter.