Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is one of the best in the NFL at his position. This author may be a huge Packers fan, but there are very few that would dispute that point. However, it's what Rodgers recently did off the field that is getting people's attention.
Rodgers, teaming up with David Gruber as part of an ongoing collaboration for itsAaron.com, surprised a teen who suffers from Spina Bifida at the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee, Wis. The result was a very uplifting and heartwarming video of an NFL star making an awesome girl's day.
The teen, Kelly, thought she alone would be recording a commercial for Independence First, a nonprofit that helps people with disabilities. Little did she know, Rodgers would be crashing the set.
Kelly was adorably starstruck at seeing Rodgers. But the two quickly hit it off and even recorded some music together as the Super Bowl-winning QB showed off his guitar skills and Kelly laid down some vocals.
Kelly also talked about how she refuses to let her Spina Bifida stop her from living her life and doing the things she wants to do.
"It doesn't really get in my way," she said. "I just do what I need to do."
Check out the uplifting video below via itsAaron.com: