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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is at the point in his career where he believes it’s time for the Packers’ organization and their fan base to forgive Brett Favre and move on. “Brett is two years removed from the game. He’s going to obviously be in the Packers Hall of Fame. He’ll get his number retired, and he’ll be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the next few years. It’s important, I think, to make sure that he’s recognized for all the accomplishments that he’s achieved in our organization especially. He’s still very dear to many of our fans for the things that he’s done for the Packers on the field. You can never take that away. “As the face of the franchise, I felt like it was important that I took a leadership role in that. Not that one was needed now, but I thought it was good timing to just let the fans know, let Brett know, let’s move forward. Let’s heal things up and let’s move forward.” I think Rodgers really led the way when he teamed up with Favre to
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Aaron Rodgers says he would love to finish his career in Green Bay. He was drafted by the team in 2005 and has spent eight seasons with the Packers.
Aaron Rodgers appreciates Brett Favre's longevity. He wants to replicate that tenure while playing for the Green Bay Packers. Of course, that will require continued success at a high level and staying healthy. These are two things that don't come easy in the NFL.
According to Garrett Johnston of the Post-Gazette, Rodgers wants to play as long as Favre played...
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be 30 this coming December. After 8 years in the NFL, Rodgers will be entering the second half of his career soon and seems to be reflective on his past and his future. While talking to the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Rodgers had this to say regarding his future in Green Bay.
“I’ve had eight great years there, the last five as...
There are a lot of questions hanging over the off-season plans of the Green Bay Packers.
The plans of their quarterback Aaron Rodgers is not one of them. Rodgers spoke with the Green Bay Press-Gazette from the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am about the team’s personnel direction.
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With Aaron Rodgers set to make just $9.75 million this season, it's fair to say the Green Bay Packers have received the better end of the deal on the six-year, $65 million pact their All-Pro quarterback signed back in 2008.
With his contract set to expire after the 2014 season, Rodgers and the team are hurtling toward negotiations for an extension that should pay him a bundle...
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he’d like to be the starting quarterback through at least the 2020 season. “I've had eight great years there, the last five as a starter,” Rodgers told the Green Bay Press-Gazette from the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. “Hopefully I can give them another eight-plus years of playing at a high level.”
Despite a disappointing end to his 2012 season, Aaron Rodgers still tops the 2013 Fantasy PPR QB Rankings.
Even though the Super Bowl literally ended just days ago, the National Football League is a year-round sport and so is fantasy football. Therefore, despite the fact that the 2013 season is still a good eight months away, it is never too early to take a stab at ranking the...
Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers have what some consider a contentious relationship. It’s based more off circumstance than anything that happened between the two men.
The Packers pushed Brett Favre out and Rodgers was the man to take his place. The two recently shared the same stage as presenters at The NFL Honors ceremony, and even though it was awkward, it was a start.
Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers signed a six-year, $65 million deal in 2008, his contract will expire after the 2014 season, but Rodgers said he's ready to play for the Packers for another eight years, and maybe beyond.
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Retired tennis star Andy Roddick and Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers played together at the first round of the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Thursday. Obviously an extremely cool place to play.-TO
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With the conclusion of Super Bowl XLVII, it’s time to preview the 2013 NFL fantasy football quarterback landscape.
1. Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers): In his fifth season as the starter, the former first-round pick (24th overall in 2005) continued to pile up the numbers, throwing for 4,295 yards and 39 touchdowns to just eight interceptions with a career-high 371 completions...
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