Aaron Rodgers outs himself as a HUGE Taylor Swift fan

The dangers of ayahuasca! Aaron Rodgers outs himself as a HUGE Taylor Swift fan as he reveals his favorite song – and she’s playing at his home stadium this weekend!

  • Aaron Rodgers was happy to rattle off some of his favorite Taylor Swift tracks
  • The celebrity singer is playing shows at MetLife Stadium this whole weekend
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Aaron Rodgers will hope to etch his name in Jets ‘Folklore’, but that’s not the only manner in which he’s concerned with that word.

The Jets quarterback revealed himself to be a massive Taylor Swift fan in a video posted to the team’s official Twitter account, where players were asked their favorite song from the singer whose Eras Tour stops at MetLife Stadium this weekend.

‘Too many. Too many to count,’ the 39-year-old said when asked the question.

Then he got a bit more specific.

‘Anything off of [her album] ‘Folklore’ probably. ‘August,’ ‘The 1.” 

Aaron Rodgers is loving life with the Jets after being traded from the Packers this offseason

And Taylor Swift will be playing at his home stadium in East Rutherford this whole weekend

Rodgers also offered an older pick to supplement his choices from Swift’s 2020 album, as he called ‘New Year’s Day’ a ‘banger.’

Meanwhile, tight end C.J. Uzomah also called himself a ‘Folklore’ guy,’ while other teammates named ’22’ and ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’ as their favorites.

His friend Sauce Gardner, though, couldn’t pick one.

‘I don’t listen to her,’ he said.

Swift’s Eras Tour will take her to the Jets (and Giants’) home stadium this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Her most recent shows came at the Patriots’ Gillette Stadium, while she’ll visit the homes of the Bears, Lions, Steelers, Vikings, Bengals, Chiefs, Broncos, Seahawks, 49ers and Rams on the rest of her tour.

Rodgers suffered a minor calf injury on the second day of the Jets’ OTAs, but said afterwards he didn’t think it was ‘too serious.’

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