Found July 26, 2012 on
Fox Sports Wisconsin:
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- With throngs of reporters gathered around his locker, NFL Most Valuable Player Aaron Rodgers met with reporters after Day 1 of Packers training camp.
Five question-and-answer highlights:
1. Coming off a Super Bowl last season, the Packers were the hunted. Now you're back to being hunters. What is the message to the locker room now?
RODGERS:Well I think it's just consistency. It's building off what we did last year and understanding kind of the things that happened last year. We went through a great regular season, winning 15 games and doing a lot of things that hadn't happened in Green Bay before and got knocked out in the first round. So it just makes you realize that the only thing that matters is winning championships, and you've got to win some playoff games to get there.
2. Do you like these early 8:15 a.m. practices?
RODGERS:No. I like sleeping in. It's always tough coming from the West Coast out here because of the two-hour time ...
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The Olympics are nearly here and the entire world will be watching on the edge of their seat as the best athletes in the world compete for their countries.
What is also nearly here is the NFL season and the many questions it will bring this season. So I decided to combine them both and do a special article about which NFL players could compete in the Olympics today.
Here it is...
1. Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay) 375
2. Drew Brees (New Orleans) 325
3. Tom Brady (New England) 321
4. Matt Stafford (Detroit) 305
5. Cam Newton (Carolina) 298
6. Tony Romo (Dallas) 280
7. Philip Rivers (San Diego) 275
8. Robert Griffin (Washington) 272
9. Peyton Manning (Denver) 264
10. Matt Ryan (Atlanta) 260
11. Andrew Luck (Indianapolis) 260
12. Eli Manning (NY Giants) 253
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