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TMZ camera people and paparazzi in general are the worst. They’re overbearing, annoying and relentless. They don’t stop until they get their shot, and even then, they’ve been known to press the famous subject at hand to say something, anything.
Sometimes, the celebrity takes the bait. The result, at least the paparazzi hopes, is that the celebrity will snap, and the video will instantly become viral. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was recently badgered by a TMZ cameraman to the point where the former NFL MVP had to give in eventually.
Rodgers remarkably kept his cool after being pressed about Colin Kaepernick‘s Miami Dolphins hat. He calmly ignored the question and kept walking. Later on, Rodgers was asked about the Aaron Hernandez case. The pestering was apparently too much for Rodgers to take, which is when he finally gave in. The result? A pretty hilarious response, which ironically, gave TMZ just what they wanted — a great video.
See Rodgers’ interaction below (via ...
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TMZ was trying to catch up with Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers while he was out on the town. Unfortunately for them he didn’t have much to say.
The one thing Rodgers did say to the reporter is, ”at some point you’re going to get a real job.”
While I respect and believe TMZ does a pretty good job with reporting news, to have a guy go out and ask Aaron Rodgers what...
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Green Bay Packers took care of LB Clay Matthews in the 2013 offseason as he became the highest paid linebacker in NFL history when the Packers and he made a deal worth $66 million over the next five seasons.
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According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Packers are working on an extension for safety Morgan Burnett.
Packers are trying to hammer out a new deal with safety Morgan Burnett.
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) July 11, 2013
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