Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love has been waiting for his chance to be the starting quarterback for one of the NFL's most iconic franchises, and now his mom is enjoying every second of her son's success.
Love's mom, Anna Love, first became a top of discussion in his first career start back in 2021, when he was thrust into the starting lineup on short notice against the Kansas City Chiefs. Aaron Rodgers was scheduled to play against Patrick Mahomes and the AFC juggernaut, but a positive COVID-19 test ruled him out just days before the game.
The former first-round pick struggled in his first career start, but Love's mom stole the show early on when the national broadcast showed that she was forced to sit in the nosebleeds of Arrowhead Stadium during the game.
The Packers really HOOKED up Jordan Love?s parents with some A+ seats ?
— The Game Day NFL (@TheGameDayNFL) November 7, 2021
Love's mom has always been one of his biggest supporters, regardless of where she's sitting. Anna hasn't missed one of her son's games since he was a redshirt freshman at Utah State, according to Erin Andrews during the FOX broadcast of the Packers-Chiefs game in 2021.
Fast forward to 2023, when Love shined in his first start of the 2023 season against the Chicago Bears. With the 24-year-old starting as the long-term option for Green Bay, Anna was given much better seats at Soldier Field, provided by Bears quarterback Justin Fields, and she was enjoying every minute of her son's performance.
Jordan Love's mom was HYPED for the first down ?
?: FOX pic.twitter.com/e3leOQgaKD
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) September 10, 2023
A former officer for the California Highway Patrol, Anna has been the biggest supporter for her son and three daughters. That has been the case their entire lives, but she was forced to play an even larger role in the lives of her children when her husband, Orbin Love, tragically committed suicide in 2013.
A former sergeant in the local police department, Orbin believed that his son would one day play in the NFL. Now, it's his wife who is cheering on their son as he makes a name for himself as the starting quarterback for the Packers.
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