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Green Bay Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers may not be a fan of Magic Johnson on ESPN’s NBA Countdown crew. Magic may have had the perfection combination of speed and size on the court, but his analyst kids are lacking in several departments. Rodgers took to Twitter Friday to give his opinion on Magic’s post game analysis of the Heat’s championship clinching victory. Magic is quickly becoming the John Gruden of ESPN NBA coverage. Everybody is the greatest everything. #bedtime — Aaron Rodgers (@AaronRodgers12) June 21, 2013 Rodgers’ ripped Magic and ESPN analyst Jon Gruden for their amazing ability to heap enormous praise upon certain star players. Rodgers is a top five quarterback who’s cashed out, and has some recent ring protection that allows him to said whatever he pleases. Plus we know a lot of people agree with him.
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After watching watching last night’s NBA Finals, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers sounds like he’s sick of hearing Magic Johnson analyze games.
Magic is quickly becoming the John Gruden of ESPN NBA coverage. Everybody is the greatest everything. #bedtime
— Aaron Rodgers (@AaronRodgers12) June 21, 2013
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Greg Jennings and some former Packers teammates have not been kind to each other since Jennings signed with the Vikings, but he insists they're only messing around.
Greg Jennings is loving life as a rich Minnesota Vikings wide receiver, and in doing so, has taken a few shots at his former team, and former quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
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Aaron Rodger took to Twitter to rip Magic Johnson and Jon Gruden. Correctly.
Magic is quickly becoming the John Gruden of ESPN NBA coverage. Everybody is the greatest everything. #bedtime—...
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