Aaron Rodgers has mysterious Nicolas Cage bust in Packers locker

Aaron Rodgers’ 18th NFL season is off to an interesting start.

Just weeks after arriving at training camp dressed as Nicolas Cage’s Cameron Poe from the 1997 drama, “Con Air,” the Packers quarterback revealed Tuesday that there’s a bust of the actor in his locker.

“It’s Nic Cage,” Rodgers, 38, told reporters from the locker room, according to a video taken by ESPN’s Rob Demovsky, who added the reigning league NFL MVP “doesn’t know who sent it.”

Aaron Rodgers shows off his Nicolas Cage bust to reporters on Tuesday.
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In a separate clip, Rodgers is seen giving the media a closer look at the bust to see just how closely it resembles Cage, 58.

Rodgers has certainly been having a memorable summer, parts of which he’s chronicled on social media. In July, the quarterback revealed that he got his first “deep and meaningful” tattoo that contains illustrations related to astrology.

“First tattoo. From the 🐐 himself @balazsbercsenyi Grateful for his mastery and friendship,” Rodgers wrote on Instagram at the time.

“There’s a deep and meaningful story and connection to absolutely each element of this art piece, and I’ll share a little more about that one day. For now, just thankful for @balazsbercsenyi and his patience and artistry. #tattoo #astrology #theelements.”

Nicolas Cage stars in 1997s "Con Air."
Aaron Rodgers arrived at Packers training camp dressed as Nicolas Cage from 1997’s “Con Air.”
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Internet sleuths went on to link Rodgers’ body art to that of his rumored girlfriend, Blu, who recently commented on the quarterback’s “legendary” podcast interview with Aubrey Marcus.

In the wide-ranging discussion with Marcus, Rodgers opened up about his family, mental health, and his past use of psychedelic drugs.

The Packers will open the regular season on the road against the Vikings on Sept. 11. It remains to be seen if Rodgers’ bust of Cage will make the trip.



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