Aaron Rodgers gives thanks for Hail Marys in return to Twitter

Aaron Rodgers returned to Twitter and gave some thanks for a couple prayers being answered. AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin

Aaron Rodgers has a fairly strict no-Twitter policy during the season. But the Green Bay Packers quarterback made his return to the social media world Tuesday with this:

Rodgers, of course, was referring to his two Hail Mary passes from this past season -- the 41-yard touchdown to Jeff Janis to force overtime in the NFC divisional playoff game at Arizona and the 61-yard prayer to Richard Rodgers on the final play of the Packers’ Week 13 win at Detroit.

The 61-yarder against the Lions was voted the NFL play of the year.