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Aaron Rodgers has an ongoing tradition that he carries out shortly before Packers game begins, and he upped his game on Sunday before Green Bay took on the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Packers quarterback likes to find his way into the weekly photo of captains. The reigning MVP goes out of his way to photobomb the picture of the captains on the sideline before the game.
A quick Google search of "Aaron Rodgers photobomb" produces a ton of results, and there's even an entire website devoted to the photobombing efforts.
Rodgers used this week's photo opp to celebrate Halloween. He and backup quarterback Graham Harrell busted out the props for this week's edition, wearing an eye patch for the bombing.
Check it out below in the photo via Packers.com (with a hat tip to Big Lead for passing this along.
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