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JORDAN RODGERS RUMORS

Dolphins Release QB Jordan Rodgers & WR Michael Rios

  The Miami Dolphins announced the release of QB Jordan Rodgers and WR Michael Rios on Monday. The Miami Dolphins have waived wide receiver Michael Rios and quarterback Jordan Rodgers, the team announced. — Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) May 12, 2014 Rodgers, 25, signed with the Dolphins a little over a month ago.  He has already bounced around a bit since entering the NFL as...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
May 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Jordan Rodgers signs with Miami Dolphins

Jordan Rodgers, the brother of Green Bay Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers, is looking to find a home in the NFL and he is going to have another opportunity to do just that again this offseason after signing with the Miami Dolphins on Wednesday night. The news comes from Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald. This is now Rodgers’ third team in the NFL, as he completes the Florida...
Via Pro Sports Daily
April 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Dolphins Sign QB Jordan Rodgers

  Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald is hearing that the Dolphins also signed QB Jordan Rodgers to a contract on Wednesday. Miami signed veteran OT Jason Fox and WR Kevin Cone on Wednesday. Rodgers, 25, signed with the Jaguars as an undrafted free agent out of Vanderbilt following the 2013 NFL Draft. He has been looking for an opportunity to secure a spot as a backup quarterback...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
April 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Bucs sign Mike Kafka, release Gabe Carimi, two other players

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced that they signed free agent quarterback Mike Kafka and released Gabe Carimi, Michael Hill and Jordan Rodgers. The Bucs just traded a sixth round pick last year to the Bears in exchange for Carimi. Kafka first entered the NFL as a fourth-round draft pick out...
Via Pro Football Zone
February 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Jordan Rodgers is upset with Vanderbilt and unleashed his anger on Twitter

Former Vanderbilt QB Jordan Rodgers, who also happens to be the younger brother of Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, is not too happy with his former program. Rodgers who is now in the NFL returned to Nashville ready to train with his former teammates but was sent away. That didn’t go over too well with Rodgers, so he went to Twitter to voice his frustration. Wonder what...
Via No Guts, No Glory
January 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Vandy QB Jordan Rodgers goes off on Twitter about Vanderbilt

Former Vanderbilt Commodores quarterback Jordan Rodgers had some very strong words about his former school and their new policy that told him he had to purchase a gym membership in order to use the indoor football facility. Rodgers came back to town to train for next season and to help out players before their Pro Days and didn’t hold back during his Twitter rant. ..of how the...
Via Diehardsport
January 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Vandy QB Jordan Rodgers Is Going Off About The Commodores Program On Twitter

Former Vanderbilt starting quarterback Jordan Rodgers, who led the Commodores to a 9-4 record and a Music City Bowl victory in 2012, is currently very upset with his former program. Rodgers, who is the younger brother of Green Bay Packers signal-caller Aaron Rodgers, took to Twitter Tuesday to express his displeasure with having to purchase a gym membership to help out current players...
Via College Spun
January 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Jags release Jordan Rodgers, brother of Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers' younger brother is looking for a new NFL team. Less than three months after Jordan Rodgers signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent, the 24-year-old quarterback was released. The Jaguars made the announcement Monday afternoon. Jordan Rodgers had sports hernia surgery in May, which prevented him from participating in organized team activities...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
July 22, 2013  |  Discuss

A Chip On His Shoulder: Can Jordan Rodgers Succeed In The NFL?

Jordan Rodgers played two years of college football at Vanderbilt. While there he threw for 4063 yards and 24 touchdowns. He won the 2012 Music City Bowl against North Carolina State. However despite the success, Jordan Rodgers has carried a chip on his shoulder for the last few years. Jordan is the younger brother of NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers. Being the younger brother of an MVP quarterbacks...
Via Football Nation
May 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Like Aaron, Jordan Rodgers motivated by draft slight

There's a part of Jordan Rodgers that wanted to join the Green Bay Packers. Playing alongside his older brother Aaron would have had its benefits, the most important of which is learning behind one of the NFL's best quarterbacks and a former league MVP. There would also have been a downside to it, especially the pressure that would have accompanied being the sibling teammate...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
May 03, 2013  |  Discuss
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