Jordan Rodgers' Co-Hosts Want to 'Give Him a Rose' in SEC Network Debut

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The Bachelorette's Jordan Rodgers made his SEC Network debut on Tuesday, where his colleagues initiated him with a little light teasing for his season of looking for love on the ABC show.

It started when Rodgers made an unconventional pick for wide receiver in SEC Now’s Week 1 fantasy draft -- Trent Sherfield, who happens to attend his alma mater, Vanderbilt, admitting, "You guys are gonna burn me for this one."

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This prompted Rodgers’ co-hosts to refer to him as a "homer," for going with the hometown choice.

"I want to give him a rose and call him a homer," said former defensive tackle Anthony "Booger" McFarland, noting the many rose ceremonies Rodgers endured last season before winning JoJo Fletcher's heart.

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It's good to see Rodgers getting along with his new co-workers!

The 27-year-old former quarterback tweeted about his new gig on Monday, writing, "Great day at 'work' @SECNetwork."

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Meanwhile, Fletcher is super proud of her man!

Watch the video below to see the reality star's sweet message for her fiance after his first week on the job.