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Good morning, folks! Welcome to the Water Cooler Sports Black, Blue, and Ornery, your source for NFC North News on this Thursday, September 26th, 2013. We’re into the home stretch towards Sunday’s NFC North games, and I thought I touch on a topic that’s been abuzz. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has taken a […]The post Black, Blue, and Ornery: Letting bygones be bygones by Jason Nardiello appeared first on Water Cooler Sports.

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