One’s starting is another one’s ending. Aaron Rodgers was replaced by Jordan Love as the Green Bay Packers starting quarterback previously after the four-time MVP left the team, and quarterback Sean Clifford is now in his place in the locker room.

Clifford of Penn State was selected by the Packers with the 149th overall pick in the fifth round on the third day of the NFL draft, finding his NFL home early.

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The locker room of Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay is replaced by a rookie player

Recently, Rodgers found the Jets to be his ideal home, and he is now a regular member of the Jets’ roster. It is therefore very simple to imagine another Packers player filling his vacant position and locker room. Consequently, the former Penn State star is now the owner of the locker room used by the former Packers players.

Clifford has undoubtedly had a wonderful experience, and the quarterback acknowledged as much after inheriting Rodgers’ locker and also vowed to honor all of Rodgers’ memories.

“I understand who was in here before, and I respect everything about that, but at the same time, I came in, I found my name on the plate, and I sat down,” he said. “I’m doing whatever it takes to win games here. I’m very appreciative of the opportunity.”

The 24-year-old quarterback set a Penn State record for the most passing yards in a career with 10,023 yards, making him one of the best quarterbacks to play the position during his time there. As the most successful quarterback in Penn State history and their all-time leading passer, he finished his time with the squad with a completion percentage of 614, 833 completions, 10,661 passing yards, 11,734 total yards, 86 passing touchdowns, and 1,356 pass attempts.