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Aaron Rodgers certainly wasn't doing a celebration after this interview. While taking questions from the media, there wasn't just microphones in his face. Packers' Fullback John Kuhn weaved through the reporters like they were the defensive line and managed to give Rodgers a face full of shaving cream (he was probably due for a shave anyways).
I wonder if Rodgers will even pass to Kuhn this season. He better do an excellent job of blocking when it's needed.
Maybe they're just trying to get Rodgers back for all of that photo-bombing
Check the video out here:Video: Rodgers gets pie in the face
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GREEN BAY, Wis. As he does every week, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers met with the local media following Monday's practice in front of his locker. This time, things ended very different than usual.
After just one minute of Rodgers answering questions, fullback John Kuhn snuck up from behind and shoved a towel-full of shaving cream into the NFL MVP's face.
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