Aaron Rodgers and Josh Allen are not only division rivals, but business partners
Josh Allen and Aaron Rodgers will be competing for AFC supremacy when the NFL season kicks into gear later this year, but for now, they’re joining forces off the field with the Bills QB part of a group of celebrities investing $150 million into RX13, a company that was co-founded by Rodgers back in 2018.
RX13 is an investment firm whose portfolio includes Hydrow (a connected rowing machine), golf simulator brand Full Swing, and Manscaped, among other brands.
Allen wasn’t the only NFL QB to invest, with Detroit Lions starter Jared Goff also getting in on the action, joining the likes of Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps and artists Machine Gun Kelly and Christina Aguilera.
“This marks an exciting time for all of us at RX3,” Rodgers said in a press release. “Our family of athletes, musicians, actors and business leaders not only adds to the unique RX3 community we have built, but also allows us to invest in and support category leading growth-stage, consumer brands.”
The star Buffalo QB has always been complimentary when talking about Rodgers, and the two have become friends. Earlier this year they both competed in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am with the future Jets QB sinking a putt to win the event.
Earlier this month Allen appeared on Kyle Brandt’s podcast and had this to say about the new Jets QB:
“I’ll say this: I love Aaron, I saw him at the Derby, got to talk with him for a little bit. He’s one of my favorite quarterbacks of all time. I think he’s the most gifted thrower of all time. His body mechanics, like I try to emulate what he does. And I’ve been such a big fan of him for a long time and to have the relationship that we have, it’s surreal to me,” Allen said on “Kyle Brandt’s Basement”.