Aaron Rodgers girlfriend says they avoid sex before games but quickly romp after

The NFL is back in London after a prolonged absence on Sunday as the Atlanta Falcons take on the New York Jets at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The Falcons added to their sole win of the new season as they beat the Jets 27-20.

It's just the first in a series of games that are set to be held in London this season.

But one player that won't be making the trip over the Atlantic is Green Bay Packer's quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

And that will be music to Rodger's ears as he and his girlfriend, Olivia Munn, 'try to have sex as much as possible' after games.

Munn, who is an actress with a glistening portfolio, was appearing on Thursday night’s edition of 'Watch What Happens Live', and she gave an insight into Rodgers' sex life.

Host Andy Cohen asked Munn: "Do you have sex on game days?"

Munn responded: "No, we don’t. Not on game day. There’s not a rule, but it just doesn’t happen because there are other things to focus on."

But after the game is a different story, and Munn continued: "It depends on how late the game is…I try to have sex as much as I can."

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Rodgers' Packers are on the road against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday evening.

Both sides currently boast a 3-1 record, and they are right in the hunt for playoff berths come January.

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