Found November 16, 2012 on NESN.com:
It’s often times lost that Aaron Rodgers attended UC Berkeley for college. While the university has since become one of the top academic institutions in the country, its reputation throughout the years has been of welcoming some of the more bizarre characters ever to attend school. Count Rodgers among them. Ever since his first year in the league, Rodgers has held onto an interesting tradition. Every game when the captains’ pictures are taken after the coin flip, Rodgers finds a way to sneak into the background and “photobomb” the image. Although nowadays it’s more of a planned stunt, initially no one else besides Rodgers knew about it until a team photographer noticed that the Cal alum kept showing up in his pics. Rodgers recently participated in an NFL Films segment on his odd habit, and admitted that he would most like to photobomb a Hollywood red-carpet event, maybe a power couple like Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez — and, yes, the recent gossip indicates the two are back togeth...
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