Kerby Joseph ended the 2022 season with a bang. Joseph intercepted what could have been Aaron Rodgers’ last pass in a Green Bay Packers uniform.

The Detroit Lions won the game 20-16, effectively eliminating the Packers from the playoffs. The Lions were eliminated after the L.A. Rams lost to the Seattle Seahawks in overtime, so they wanted to play the spoiler role.

After the game Joseph said that he wanted to save the ball and potentially get it signed by the Green Bay QB some day.

“If that’s his last pass, I’m saving that ball and I’m sending it to him so he can sign it,” said Joseph. “If he don’t sign it, I’ll understand. But I doubt he’s gonna retire. He’s probably gonna try to come back, and if he comes back, more plays for me.”

Joseph has now tied former Chicago Bears LB Brian Urlacher for the most interceptions off Rodgers all-time with 3 in Joseph’s first NFL season. Things are looking up for Joseph and the Lions.