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We all remember seeing the clips of Brady Quinn and Aaron Rodgers sitting in the green room during the NFL Draft, just waiting for their names to be called. But they just sat there for hours as the picks came in, and others were selected ahead of them. It became so bad for Quinn, that Roger Goodell actually invited him and his family to a private suite so that he didn’t have the whole entire national audience watching him in silent agony and embarrassment as teams passed over him.It made Goodell seem like a guy with a bit of heart that day, but don’t think that Goodell doesn’t know entertainment value when he sees it. And he see Manti Te’o as that opportunity for this years draft. Foresight tells us that this draft is incredibly weak, at least in comparison to last years which included a Heisman Trophy winner, and another can’t miss quarterback that was selected ahead of him. There isn’t a single player that has big buzz with the public, except for Te’o. But, we know it isn’t for his play. He was a solid 4-year linebacker at Notre Dame, and had an outstanding senior year that even [...]
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The second that Joe Flacco signed his roster-busting new deal, you knew that Aaron Rodgers was somewhere taking notes.
According to his current deal, Rodgers is not due to become a free agent until 2015.
That is not stopping the Packers from extending to his contract in the now.
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Sorry Internet, you won’t be able to make any played out jokes about Manti Te’o sitting next to his invisible girlfriend in the Radio City Music Hall green room at the 2013 NFL Draft.
Te’o turned down two invitations to watch the draft in New York, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. Perhaps Te’o saw glimpses of Aaron Rodgers in 2005 and Brady Quinn in 2007 in his future...
On the heels of the deal which made Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco the highest paid quarterback in the league, the Green Bay Packers seem to be on the brink of handing that title to their quarterback, Aaron Rodgers. Flacco inked a deal worth $120.6 million for six years, and sources suggest that Rodgers’ deal will eclipse that mark.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Packers...
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[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="512"] As long as Green Bay has Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews, it will always have a chance.[/caption]
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Currently the Packers have a contract with Aaron...
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