Anyway, Rodgers apparently picked a good episode to make his cameo, because it seems that things are going to get insane on Sunday. Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard was a Lannister soldier in Season 7's "The Spoils of War".
Since Westeros lacks footballs, it wouldn't make sense to have Rodgers randomly hurling the pigskin around the fighting pits. If these rumors are to be trusted, he'll appear in episode five, airing May 12.
Again, classify that one under "Highly Unlikely".
Celebrities like pop singer Ed Sheeran, country singer Chris Stapleton and "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" star Rob McElhenney have also made guest appearances on the program.
Although it's not clear when Rodgers filmed his cameo, we know the producers of the show definitely have his phone number, and that's because he did some promo work for "Game of Thrones" just before the start of Season 8.
Only two episodes remains for the beloved HBO show Game of Thrones.
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