Aaron Rodgers gets MASSIVE cheer from Madison Square Garden crowd after New York Jets move

Aaron Rodgers gets a MASSIVE cheer from the Madison Square Garden crowd as he’s introduced on the big screen at the New York Rangers game days after completing his Jets move

Aaron Rodgers looks like he is already loving life in New York as he attended the Rangers playoff game against the New Jersey Devils at Madison Square Garden on Saturday night.

And if he was in any doubt about just how much his move has enraptured the city, he now knows exactly how hyped Jets fans are now after receiving a massive cheer when his face appeared on the screen at MSG.

Rodgers, a four-time MVP, looked humbled by the reception before appearing to mouth ‘Let’s Go’ at the camera. 

The Rangers even shared the clip themselves on Twitter, saying: ‘GREAT CHOICE, AARON. Welcome to the best city in the world.’ 

The new Jets quarterback watched the playoff game alongside new teammate Breece Hall and Allen Lazard, who like Rodgers has joined the Jets from the Green Bay Packers.

Aaron Rodgers looked humbled by his Madison Square Garden welcome on Saturday night

It comes as Rodgers’ new coach at the Jets, Robert Saleh, hailed his short-term impact on the team.

‘It’s been a fun week, a fun week,’ he said, according to ESPN. ‘To get Aaron here, it’s a blessing. We got a lot better this week – a lot better this week.

‘We’re a really, really young team, especially on offense, and just to watch him and Nathaniel (Hackett) and the way they communicate together, he’s already made his presence felt with regards to meetings and input, just discussions on all of the different things we’re trying to get accomplished on offense.

‘He’s a tremendous human, first and foremost, Aaron is. Just listening to him, there are little, subtle things I’m not going to get into, but he definitely cares about people and you can tell in the way he speaks to people. So we’re really fortunate that he’s here.’ 

The 39-year-old Rodgers said at his unveiling on Wednesday that he wanted Super Bowl glory with the Jets – the team have not got their hands on the Vince Lombardi trophy since 1969.

‘I’m an old guy. So I want to be part of a team that can win it all. I believe this is a place we can get it done,’ Rodgers said of the Jets’ Super Bowl chances.

‘I noticed, walking in this morning that Super Bowl III trophy is looking a little lonely. I really believe this is where I’m meant to be.’

And after such a big welcome at MSG, Rodgers must only feel more confident he has made the correct decision.