Report: Former Vanderbilt QB Jordan Rodgers given job with SEC Network

After his career with the Vanderbilt Commodores came to an end in 2012, quarterback Jordan Rodgers has tried to keep busy as much as he can. He will now return to football as he has been reportedly offered a job with ESPN’s SEC Network.

FOX Sports’ Clay Travis took to Twitter and congratulated Rodgers on being offered a job with the SEC Network. This comes after he made an appearance on the latest season of ABC’s “The Bachelorette.”

Jordan Rodgers certainly knows his football as he spent two season with the Commodores before he graduated from the school. In those two years as the starting quarterback, he threw for over 4,000 yards and 24 touchdowns.

It should be pretty interesting to see what role he will hold with the SEC Network going into the future.

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