|Full name||Adam Rogers|
|Year of birth||1995|
|Place of birth||Northsilver,|
|Current club||Oldhaven Wolfpack|
|* Appearances (Goals) |
Player has received at least one call-up for any emboldened national teams
Adam Rogers (born 1995) is a rugby league footballer and ex Florian Gridiron footballer. When playing rugby league he became the country's leading try scorer and holds many international rugby league records such as scoring the most tries in a single match (5) against Tellia in April 2018. On the 16th September, Rogers agreed on a deal with Northcliff Hurricanes to switch codes. However, the contract was cancelled as Rogers admitted he was not ready to switch. Instead of returning to Northsilver Panthers, Rogers signed a world-record deal in signing for Oldhaven Wolfpack, a brand new team competing in the Florian Super League. The deal was believed to be around $7,500,000. There he enjoyed in his first and sole season with the team, the Wolfpack were eliminated from the playoff semi-finals against former team, Northsilver Panthers. On the 8th of February 2020, Rogers alongside five other national team rugby league players decided to switch to Florian style Amorian football and join the Newmarsh Jets as a running back. Rodgers was then released from the Jets after failing to solidify his place in the starting roster. Rodgers then returned to the Wolfpack on a short term deal until the rest of the season.
Like many professional athletes, Adam Rogers grew up in the former inner-city slums of Floria. He badly behaved at school when he was younger and was expelled from 3 schools. He had a hard upbringing as his father was murdered when he was only 5 years old.