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Wide receiver Greg Jennings says he left the Green Bay Packers to prove his NFL success hasn’t been based on playing with future Hall of Fame quarterbacks in Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers. “I was kind of that comfort blanket so to speak,” Jennings told Dan Wiederer of the Star Tribune. “But this is a quarterback-driven league, so people forget about
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Wide receiver Greg Jennings said Thursday that he left Green Bay to sign with the Minnesota Vikings to prove he can be successful without playing with a star quarterback. “I need to go back to my college days where the quarterback wasn’t just viewed as oh-so-great and still prove that I can be successful,” Jennings said, according to The Star
Green Bay Packers quarterback said Friday that he was “shocked” and “disappointed” by the news that Milwaukee Brewers outfielder and close friend Ryan Braun had admitted to taken performance-enhancing drugs after denying it for more than a year. “I was shocked, I really was, just
After Ryan Braun was exonerated of charges of PED use in 2011, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers bet a year's salary on his friend's innocence. Now what?
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers isn't interested in a back-and-forth battle of words with former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings.
After answering multiple questions about Ryan Braun on Friday, Rodgers had another fire to put out. Since signing with the Minnesota Vikings in March, Jennings has made several negative statements about Rodgers and about the way the...
Tweet In February 2012, Green Bay Packers franchise QB Aaron Rodgers was one of — if not the biggest — supporter of Ryan Braun’s fight against his accusation of using performance enhancing drugs (Braun got off on a technicality back then). Now that Braun has been suspended for the remainder of the MLB season for [...]
Aaron Rodgers was lied to by Ryan Braun and the Green Bay Packers
quarterback isn't happy about it.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers finally opened up on Ryan Braun's PED use, admitting it did not feel good to be lied to.
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says he was "shocked" when his friend Ryan Braun admitted he violated baseball's rules against using performance-enhancing substances.
Rodgers says the Milwaukee Brewers slugger "looked me in the eye" and it "didn't feel great being lied to like that." He says he's disappointed.
Braun has accepted...
Our last segment of 2013 Fantasy Football previewing hits the blog this morning. We discussed sleepers, rookies, value picks and today we’re just going for the glory. We’re going to predict the top five players this upcoming season. No position specific, just the guys who are going to own this year.
I suggest you take a look at some of the articles. There are some good picks...
Greg Jennings has a new contract, lots of money, and a new place to call home.
Jennings though hasn’t forgotten where he came from, and has been delivering scathing commentary regarding his former team in Green Bay.
Jennings once again reached out to the Star Tribune to give his opinion, and during his interview, he stated that he felt “it was difficult for Aaron Rodgers to hold...
Clay Matthews is the star of the defense, and the Packers need second-year players Nick Perry and Dezman Moses to step up.
Keep checking this space. I’ll be updating what’s happening at Packers training camp throughout the day.
July 26, 2013
Aaron Rodgers faced the media for the first time since his friend and business partner Ryan Braun admitted taking PEDs. The face of the franchise handled the situation perfectly. “I was shocked, I really was, just like many of you were,” said the star quarterback...
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy isn't too concerned with the verbal jabs Greg Jennings has been taking at Aaron Rodgers.
Jennings signed with the Minnesota Vikings in the offseason, the latest big-name Packer to join Green Bay's archrivals. McCarthy joked Thursday that, ''When you put on that purple, something happens to you.'' Brett Favre wound up...