CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COMAccording to ESPN, Veldheer will be the first player in league history to play for two teams in the same postseason. The only reason Veldheer is allowed to sign with the Packers is because he was on the Colts' practice squad. PACKERS' AARON RODGERS REVEALS HE WILL GUEST HOST 'JEOPARDY!' Since making his NFL debut in 2010, Veldheer has played in 121 games for five different teams, including the Raiders, Arizona Cardinals, Denver Broncos, and the Colts. Now, Veldheer will have the opportunity to block for NFL MVP frontrunner Aaron Rodgers.
Source: Fox News January 12, 2021 23:02 UTC