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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers admitted to Tom Pelissero of USA Today Sports that things are different without both Greg Jennings and Donald Driver being around. “Not having those two and a good friend of mine, Charles Woodson, who I played with for a long time just like those guys — that’s different,” Rodgers said. “So, we’re a different football team. Lacking a little in the experience part, but making up for it in the talent and the young guys that we brought in.” The Packers have certainly gotten younger, but guys like Jordy Nelson and James Jones have plenty of experience to pick up the slack. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... The post Aaron Rodgers: Things are different without Donald Driver, Greg Jennings appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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