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Sport Aaron Rodgers reveals his long-teased Halloween costume

19:21  31 october  2021
19:21  31 october  2021 Source:   usatoday.com

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If you guessed John Wick over "The Dude," you were right.

After weeks of speculation as to what the long hair was all about, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rogers revealed his Halloween costume on Saturday night with an Instagram post that shows him as Keanu Reeves' professional hitman character in the "John Wick" film franchise.

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The black and white photo recreates the "good dog" scene with Wick and his pit bull in the back of a cab in 2019's "John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum."

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In early September, Rodgers told “The Pat McAfee Show” his long hair this season “has been a year in the making for my costume” for Halloween and that “it’s somebody who is a hero of mine who has longish hair.”

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It set off a guessing frenzy among fans on social media that ran the gamut from musician Scott Stapp and Jesus Christ to Obi-Wan Kenobi of "Star Wars" and Nicolas Cage's character in "Con Air."

Sports betting odds had "The Dude" from "The Big Lebowski" as the favorite with 4-1 odds. John Wick didn't even make the list.

Rodgers' has described himself as "a John Wick diehard fan" as well as a Reeves fan. In August, he gave a shoutout to the next installment, “John Wick: Chapter 4,” due out in May, in an Instagram photo of himself with the hashtag “johnwick4.”

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Other Packers players showed off their Halloween costumes on Instagram, too, including left tackle David Bakhtiari and fiancée Frankie Shebby, who turned up as 1970s comedy duo Cheech & Chong.

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Wide receiver Randall Cobb channeled Ye, the rapper and music producer formerly known as Kanye West, and the all-red ensemble he sported this summer for an event for his new "Donda" album, with lyrics from the song "Praise God" as the caption.

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Guard Lucas Patrick and his wife Annie looked like they just came from the Dutton Ranch on Paramount's hit drama "Yellowstone." They were dressed as ranch hand Rip Wheeler and his tough-as-nails girlfriend, Beth Dutton.

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This article originally appeared on Green Bay Press-Gazette: Aaron Rodgers reveals his long-teased Halloween costume

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