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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers had a very good reason for presenting an award with Brett Favre at Saturday night's NFL Honors event: The Packers quarterback wanted to bury the hatchet with the now-retired three-time NFL MVP who topped him on Green Bay's depth chart for three seasons.
For the past five years since becoming the Packers' starting quarterback, Rodgers has barely mentioned Favre's name. It was a topic as contentious as the relationship between the two had become late in their time together while sharing the same uniform.
But all of that is over now.
"As the face of the franchise, a role I take very seriously, I think it's important to realize that it's time to probably move forward," Rodgers said Tuesday on his ESPN Wisconsin radio show. "It was good to talk to Brett on the phone and then spend some time with him. It was fun to present with Brett.
"I thought it was good timing to just let the fans know, let Brett know, let...
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers admitted that he’s interested in seeing what the Ravens end up paying quarterback Joe Flacco. “I think everybody is going to see what Joe (Flacco) ends up signing for,” Rodgers said on his weekly radio show on 540 ESPN on Tuesday, per ESPNWisconsin.com. “I’m sure they want to lock him up. He’s a great player – had an incredible...
Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre presented an award together at the “NFL Honors” show Super Bowl weekend, and the current Packers quarterback says the event was a big step in the healing process between Favre and Green Bay. During his radio show on Tuesday, Rodgers said he hopes Packers fans and the organization are ready to reconcile with their former quarterback.
“As the face...
You may remember that Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers didn’t end well. There was that whole Aaron Rodgers is the guy-taking-your-job / don’t-let-the-door-hit-you-in-the-ass-on the-way-out / what-do-you-mean-you-aren’t-retiring thing. Saturday, the two former teammates were on stage to present the NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award. They had banter before...
Mr. Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers made a surprise make-up handshake at the NFL honor awards. Well done NFL! That was genius and must watch TV!
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Obviously it was 99.9% scripted. But of course the actual words don’t tell the story it’s the body language and everything else that creates the story.
Let’s get to it.
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After a sour relationship developed between Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers said today it is time for the two to rebuild their relationship (Credit: AP Photo)
During Saturday night’s NFL honor awards current Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and former Packers great Brett Favre appeared together on stage. After being traded to the New York Jets and...
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