Found July 19, 2013 on Sports-Glory:

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers told USA TODAY Sports that training camp will be “a little different” this year not having wide receivers Greg Jennings and Donald Driver. “Not having those two and a good friend of mine, Charles Woodson, who I played with for a long time 

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