Aaron Rodgers Admits He's a 'DWTS' Fan - But Will He Ever Do Reality TV Like 'Bachelorette' Brother Jordan?

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Aaron Rodgers is already predicting who will take home the coveted mirror ball trophy on season 23 of Dancing With the Stars.

While chatting with reporters in Detroit on Wednesday, the 32-year-old NFL star revealed he's rooting for former Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson to win it all.

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Although Aaron admitted he has yet to "catch a glimpse" of Megatron in action -- "I tuned in the other night for just a snippet [but] didn't get to see him dance!" -- he has no doubt that the 30-year-old athlete and his partner, Lindsay Arnold, rocked it onstage.

"I heard [Calvin] did well in week one," Aaron said. "I'm not surprised."

"A lot of NFL guys have been able to do really well on that show," the Green Bay Packers quarterback continued, noting Jerry Rice, who came in second place on season two, and Emmitt Smith, who won season three. "Our own [Packers alum] Donald Driver won the [season 14] mirror ball, so I'll be keeping a loose attention to that."

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But when asked if he could ever see himself competing on a show like DWTS, or The Bachelorette, like his youngest brother, Jordan Rodgers, he quickly shut down the idea.

"No, no," Aaron confirmed. "I like to keep my dancing skills as private as possible -- lack of skills."

Before Jordan proposed to JoJo Fletcher during the season 12 finale of The Bachelorette, he made headlines for publicly airing out some family drama on the hit ABC show.

WATCH: Jordan Opens Up to JoJo About Strained Relationship With Brother Aaron Rodgers

"Me and Aaron don't really have that much of a relationship," Jordan shockingly told JoJo on camera. "It's just kind of the way he's chosen to do life, and I chose to stay close with my family and my parents and my brother."

At the time, multiple sources told ET that Aaron had actually been estranged from his whole family for years. "The entire situation is painful for the family," a source close to the Rodgers clan revealed.

ET chatted with Aaron's girlfriend, Olivia Munn, back in May, who seemingly confirmed the estrangement.

WATCH: Aaron Rodgers Talks Estrangement From 'Bachelorette' Brother Jordan

"Aaron doesn't really ... I don't think he's really talked with his brother," the 36-year-old actress stated, when asked about what she and Aaron thought about Jordan joining the reality series. "So, I actually don't know. It's complicated -- I'll say that."

To hear more on Aaron and Jordan's estrangement, watch the video below.