NFL world reacts to major Aaron Rodgers announcement

Thousands of people in Northern California were evacuated this week as a result of the 3,500-acre Thompson Fire in Oroville  

where Aaron Rodgers grew up. And it sounds like the New York Jets quarterback is doing everything he can to assist the victims.  

This Thursday, the North Valley Community Foundation revealed that Aaron Rodgers had donated $10,000   

to ten groups for emergency shelters, petrol cards, food, diapers, and other necessities for families who had to be evacuated due to the fires.  

"With the help of my friends at the North Valley Community Foundation, I will always be committed to helping my beloved Northern California home areas,"  

Rodgers said in a news release, per CBS Sports. "My heart goes out to the families and communities affected, and we will be deploying funds immediately to help those in need."  

Obviously, Aaron Rodgers made a significant revelation, and the NFL world reacted to it on social media.  

While Rodgers has spent his whole career in Green Bay and now New York, he is actually from California and played collegiate football for the California Golden Bears. He clearly still has deep feelings regarding the location.  

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