His twitter feed is filled with commentary about the show.
There has been no announcement from Rodgers via his social media accounts confirming this, but there have been some subtle hints.
Rodgers' potential appearance in Westeros would be far from the first cameo on the show-New York Mets flamethrower Noah Syndergaard appeared on the show last season as a member of the Lannister army, and the very amusing TV duo of Rob McElhenney (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia) and Martin Starr (Silicon Valley, Freaks and Geeks) appeared earlier this season.
"Episode 5 is bigger", Clark told Jimmy Kimmel during a recent interview.
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West Brom and Derby are certainly capable of coming back from one-goal deficits, though, so we shouldn't count them out just yet. There's nothing quite like this point in the season, and we're really, really intrigued to see where things go from here.
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The attackers then burned the church, looted a pharmacy and some others stores, and left, Dablo Mayor Ousmane Zongo told Reuters. The latest attack on a church is the third in the countries within five weeks. "It's practically a ghost town ", he added.
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TMZ cited unnamed sources in reporting that the Russians who attacked Porzingis were upset that he "switched teams" last season. Early on Sunday morning, a video began circulating on social media showing the apparent aftermath of the incident.
The quarterback is a huge fan of the show.
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Now, while this seems like just a chance for a potential hot take to blow up the Internet, Rodgers himself has hinted at making an appearance, too. New York Mets pitcher and "Thrones" fanatic Noah Syndergaard was the first to appear on the show back in Season 7.
The fifth episode of the eighth season will air Sunday night. But the folks at GoT could make a fun nod to Green Bay Packers fans - known as Cheeseheads - and have Rodgers' character noshing on some cheddar.
Emilia Clarke, who plays Danaerys Targaryen, said episode 5 is going to be the biggest episode of the season.