Last fall, Green Bay Packers fan Jennifer Brilowski of Stevens Point, Wis., started a push on her Facebook page to turn Dec. 12, 2012, into Aaron Rodgers Day. More than a year later, she'll get the chance Wednesday to celebrate what has turned into an officially recognized event by the state of Wisconsin with Packers fans everywhere and by Rodgers himself.
Only Rodgers doesn't expect much fanfare in addition to what he's already been given.
"I got a sweet plaque signed by the governor that has four or five whereases in it," the NFL MVP said Tuesday during his weekly radio show on ESPN 540 in Milwaukee. " He is the quarterback of the Packers, whereas ' I love that. I was given some distinction in California after the Super Bowl, like an Aaron Rodgers Day, and went to the capital in Sacramento, and there were about 10 whereases. So I was really disappointed there were only five whereases on the Wisconsin one.
"But, no, it was a really nice plaque, and I'm real honored by it. I was...