Found February 21, 2012 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Being a Super Bowl champion and NFL Most Valuable Player in Wisconsin now may come with an additional accolade: having a day named in your honor. The Wisconsin state Assembly on Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution to call Dec. 12, 2012, Aaron Rodgers Day. The resolution has now been sent to the state Senate. In the 2010 season, Rodgers who wears No. 12 -- led the Green Bay Packers to their first Super Bowl victory in 14 years. He followed that up in 2011 with an NFL-record quarterback rating and the league's MVP award. A Stevens Point, Wis., woman, Jennifer Brilowski, began a grassroots campaign for a 121212 Aaron Rodgers Day last December on her Facebook page, and the idea quickly built momentum. Tuesday morning on Milwaukee's WTMJ radio, she said she never contacted a politician about doing anything official with her idea. "I contacted no one," she said. "I'm clueless, actually. I'm going to explore that today to find ou...

Packers Aaron Rodgers earns his own day in the State of Wisconsin

            Just when you thought Green Bay Packers fans couldn’t get any crazier, Wisconsin’s State Assembly passed a resolution designating December 12th, 2012 as the official “Aaron Rodgers” Day. The accolades continue to pile up for the Packers elite quarterback and NFL’s 2011 Most Valuable Player, who wears the number 12 on his jersey. Rodgers didn’t take...

12/12//12 will be Aaron Rodgers day

According to Brad Biggs of the National Football Post, the Wisconsin state Assembly passed a unanimous resolution that’s made December 12th, 2012– Aaron Rodgers day. According to the Associated Press, the resolution has been sent to the state senate, where it’s expected to pass. In order to celebrate Aaron Rodgers day, you can buy your very own number 12 Aaron Rodgers jersey below

Aaron Rodgers Day goes from Facebook to Senate

The Wisconsin state Assembly on Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution to call Dec. 12, 2012, Aaron Rodgers Day. The resolution has now been sent to the state Senate.

Packers fans get ready for Aaron Rodgers Day

Let it never be said that the good people of Wisconsin don't love their star quarterbacks. This week, the state Assembly of Wisconsin passed a resolution naming a day for reigning NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers.

12/12/12 could be Aaron Rodgers day in Wisconsin

The Associated Press reports that the state Assembly in Wisconsin has decided to honor Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the 2011 NFL MVP. Since Rodgers wears No. 12, the state Assembly has selected December 12, 2012. Yep.  12/12/12. The measure now moves to the Wisconsin Senate. Meanwhile, Brett Favre may want to know why they didn’t…

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Weeden, 28, out to prove older is better (AP)

The age thing. It's the first topic that comes up when Brandon Weeden's NFL draft prospects are discussed. You see, Weeden is 28 -- same as NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers. At an age when many NFL quarterbacks are peaking, Weeden will just be starting his professional career. Still, the early consensus on Weeden among the so-called experts is he could go as soon as the second round...

Mike Sherman compares Ryan Tannehill to Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers

Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman believes NFL prospect Ryan Tannehill is a winner and he should, since he coached him at Texas A&M this past season.  The really interesting thing about Tannehill, is that Sherman compares him to Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers. “Like all good quarterbacks he had great poise. Very confident in any system, west coast or not,...

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