GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It's a weekly tradition before every Packers game, with the three team captains lining up on the field for an official photograph.
Well, quarterback Aaron Rodgers has his own tradition with the team-captain pictures: He photobombs every single one of them.
When Rodgers first began showing up in the back of those pictures -- he was still Brett Favre's backup -- there wasn't much to it. Rodgers would just stand there. But in recent years, it's evolved into much more than that for the NFL's reigning Most Valuable Player.
"When I got here it was kind of something that we did, (former teammate) Craig Nall and I, just randomly got in the back of these pictures," Rodgers told FOXSportsWisconsin.com on Thursday. "It went from kind of randomly getting in the back, then people would notice us in the picture every week and started to ask if that was on purpose.
"Eventually, the guys were looking for it, so I started doing some different things with faces and props and whatno...