Aaron played for the New Orleans Saints from 2000-2005.
Aaron played for the Green Bay Packers in 1999.
Aaron threw the famous "cellular" touchdown to Joe Horn, in which Horn put a cell phone under the goal post and pretended to call his agent, in 2003.
Aaron attended the University of Virginia.
Aaron led the Saints to a SuperBowl Championship againt the Rams, 31-28 in 2000.
Aaron is the only Saints quarterback to rush for over 100 yards in a contest (108 vs. San Francisco, 12/10/00).
Aaron made Saints franchise history when he had the highest single-game ,441 passing yards vs. Denver (12/3/00).
Aaron attended Homer L. Ferguson High School in Newport News, Virginia,.
Aaron was picked 36th in the 4th round of the 1999 NFL Draft.
Aaron is the Saints all-time leader in TD's.
Aaron is a second cousin of Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick, and Miami Dolphins Wide Reciever Marcus Vick.
Aaron: You can't just come in and say, 'I'm the leader because I'm the quarterback, It doesn't work that way. ... You have to do your job.
Aaron: (on Hurricane Katrina) New Orleans was my place of residency for six years during the season, but I only worked there. I'm not a New Orleans native, I'm from Virginia. So I just worked there. It was a job and I have a new job. And I'm very excited about being here and I look forward to doing some wonderful things here. ... I don't even try to go back. I don't even talk about it.