The second-to-last episode of Game of Thrones is jam-packed with important moments: Varys's death, Daenerys's full descent into madness, Cleganebowl, and the Lannister twins' last reunion.
Speaking in a behind-the-scenes video feature, showrunner D.B. Weiss said Rodgers appears as a background actor in the assault on King's Landing.
Former NFL kicker Pat McAfee was the first to share what he thought was Rodgers' appearance on the show. After the the episode, he took to Instagram and shared a behind-the-scenes photo.
Rodgers is just the latest celebrity cameo on the series.
Rodgers even shot a promo for "Game of Thrones" previous year.
Other cameos of the years included Chris Stapleton, Ed Sheeran, Sigur Rós and pitcher Noah Syndergaard. His team, the Green Bay Packers, hyped tonight's episode with a tweet of its own suggesting Rodgers would have a cameo, while Rodgers later showed off his outfit from filming his cameo. His fandom has even translated to the football field, shooting a Jon Snow-style promo for the Lambeau Field Atrium to greet fans and was even shared on the "Game of Thrones" Twitter account.
Sunday's episode of "Game of Thrones" has gotten reactions from fans all over the spectrum.