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Aaron Rodgers joined his local radio show this past Tuesday like he always does. This time he decided to let us in on how creepy Kyle Vanden Bosch is on the field. The audio is pretty funny and Aaron does some good impressions of how weird Vanden Bosch is and how he likes to lay on players when he tackles them. Apparently Vanden Bosch would be happy with this perception considering he likes to be the crazy guy on the field. Notice the vampire eyes he rocks on a regular basis these days.
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