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A.J. Hawk is a physical force -- even on the golf course. The Packers linebacker proved such at a recent charity tournament when he was seen playing football with former Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith, among others. A guy, identified on YouTube as "The Cable Guy" Bill Griffin, hauled in a pass, but Hawk made sure the man didn't get comfortable. Hawk tossed the guy into a nearby lake, drawing plenty of laughs from those in attendance and showing that going over the middle with Hawk around is never a wise decision. We'll see if Hawk gets invited back to...
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Advertising exec Bill Griffin from Comcast Cable of the Mahoning Valley got drilled by Green Bay Packer LB A.J. Hawk at the Minds Celebrity Golf Outing at Avalon Lakes Golf & Country Club in Warren,...
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers isn't the type of superstar player who gives out compliments to teammates just for a few feel-good moments in the name of team chemistry building. The methodical Green Bay Packers quarterback, who has never met a question that he didn't have an answer ready for, is just as quick to come with criticism when he feels it's warranted.
The list of accomplishments, accolades and honors in the career of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers continues to grow. Rodgers can now add 'No. 1 player in the NFL' to his resume after topping the NFL Network's "Top 100" list.Rodgers, at only 28 years old, already has a Super Bowl ring and an MVP trophy with no signs of slowing down in his future. With this...
Perhaps it's a good thing the Packers won't see the Detroit Lions for the first time next season until Week 11 of the league schedule, which falls on the third weekend of November. What's become a chippy rivalry between the longtime division foes added a new layer for potentially fueling more friction. Lions head coach Jim Schwartz indirectly may have taken a shot at...
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was voted the NFL’s best player by players around the league. Even though he had a rough playoff game against the New York Giants I can’t argue with him being number one.
While watching Rodgers go to work over the course of the entire 2011 season, he was almost flawless and picked apart opposing defenses with ease.
Aaron Rodgers was recently announced as the number one NFL player of the 2012 season. With that said, let us take a look at some of the numbers behind the top 100 NFL players.
Most players by division
AFC North: 16
NFC East: 16
NFC North: 16
NFC South: 13
NFC West: 13
AFC South: 9
AFC West: 9
AFC East: 8
Most players on the list by team