Aaron Rodgers presents Jeopardy: ‘Unlike the Super Bowl, this is the honor of a lifetime’

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FIRST LOOK: NFL Star Aaron Rodgers To Guest Host Jeopardy !: ‘This Is The Honor Of A Lifetime’

Aaron Rodgers will serve as Jeopardy’s next guest host! from April 5 to April 16, a performance he has described as ‘the honor of a lifetime’ in a new promo clip for the series.

The 37-year-old quarterback, who confirmed that he was engaged to Shailene Woodley in February, also revealed that the game show is his ‘favorite’ show to watch on TV.

“ Aside from the Super Bowl, this is the honor of a lifetime, ” he said as he stood behind the stage on the footage, which was previously held by the late Alex Trebek for 37 seasons.

Exciting: Aaron Rodgers will serve as Jeopardy's next guest host!  from April 5 to April 16, a performance he has described as 'the honor of a lifetime' in a new promo clip for the series

Exciting: Aaron Rodgers will serve as Jeopardy’s next guest host! from April 5 to April 16, a performance he has described as ‘the honor of a lifetime’ in a new promo clip for the series

Speaking of following Trebek’s storied run on the show, Rodgers noted that he already has ‘a little’ experience in the ‘footsteps of a legend’.

He appeared to be referring to replacing Brett Favre on the Green Bay Packers after he was selected in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft.

His guest appearance will raise money for the North Valley Community Foundation with the show donating an amount equal to the cumulative winnings of the participants.

Big fan: The 37-year-old quarterback, who confirmed he was engaged to Shailene Woodley in February, also revealed that the classic game show is his 'favorite' show to watch on television

Big fan: The 37-year-old quarterback, who confirmed he was engaged to Shailene Woodley in February, also revealed that the classic game show is his 'favorite' show to watch on television

Big fan: The 37-year-old quarterback, who confirmed he was engaged to Shailene Woodley in February, also revealed that the classic game show is his ‘favorite’ show to watch on television

Last month, Katie Couric made history as the first female game show host following Trebek’s death from cancer in November.

Danger! Champion Ken Jennings initially took the reins before CBS announced that no permanent replacement host will be named for the time being.

Anderson Cooper, Savannah Guthrie, Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, actress Mayim Bialik, and journalist Bill Whitaker have all been invited to host the quiz.

Debut: Last month, Katie Couric made history as the first female game show host after Trebek's death from cancer

Debut: Last month, Katie Couric made history as the first female game show host after Trebek's death from cancer

Debut: Last month, Katie Couric made history as the first female game show host after Trebek’s death from cancer

Legend: Trebek died in November after a long and controversial battle with cancer

Legend: Trebek died in November after a long and controversial battle with cancer

Legend: Trebek died in November after a long and controversial battle with cancer

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