Aaron Rodgers reveals he's engaged, thanks fiancée in MVP acceptance speech

Aaron Rodgers has more than one thing to celebrate!

Aaron Rodgers has more than one thing to celebrate! On Saturday, the Green Bay Packers quarterback, 37, uncovered he got connected with during his virtual acknowledgment discourse at the NFL Honors broadcast, where he was named the 2020 MVP. "Much obliged to you to such an extent. It's an honor to win this honor for the third time," he started. "2020 was unquestionably an insane year loaded up with bunches of progress, development, some astounding noteworthy minutes, 180 straight long periods of having my nose hair scratched, playing for next to no fans or no stands the whole season." At that point he immediately sneaked through a major piece of information: "I got ready for marriage, and I played the absolute best football of my profession," he said. The impending "Risk!" have proceeded to thank his colleagues and instructing staff prior to going to those who've upheld him in his own life. "Off the field, I got a truly incredible gathering of individuals that help me. So I'd prefer to thank my group ... my life partner," he added. Individuals magazine affirmed that Rodgers has been dating "Enormous Little Lies" star Shailene Woodley, 29, only a couple days before the competitor shared that he's getting hitched. Reps for Rodgers and Woodley didn't promptly react to TODAY's demand for input. Two months after the separation, Rodgers opened up about his "new and expanded love of life" on "The Pat McAfee Show," a SiriusXM program facilitated by the previous Indianapolis Colts player I've settled on choices and changes and propensities that put me in significantly better headspace," Rodgers told McAfee in September. "There's simply a great deal of things that have met up in my life in the course of the most recent couple of months that have truly been charming and reminded me and given me viewpoint on life and on football to see things through the best focal point I can."