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Since Megan and her obvious lack of interest in football insisted on the sparkly nail polish, there will be no trip to Disneyland for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. So, the Pro-Bowl Packers are in the second most desirable location for an NFL player, Hawaii. This week is about relaxing and spending time with friends, family and the game on Sunday. Clay Matthews was the first one in the pool at the Marriott Ihilani and spent most of the day soaking up the sun and having fun with his ever-present family. But what else fills the Pack’s time during the off-season? For Scott Wells, it’s an honor to attend his first Pro-Bowl. Along with a few of his teammates, his future teeters as the end of his contract approaches. For now, he will put those thoughts aside and fly to Maui on Monday to enjoy a nice vacation with his family. The itinerary includes: relaxing, hanging out and recuperating. He also plans to enjoy a helicopter ride to view the volcanoes as well as get in some fishing. In past off-seasons he has participated in many charity events and has also been a volunteer wrestling coach at his [...]
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