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    Quarterback Aaron Rodgers showed that he could very well join the PGA Tour with this shot he made in the American Century Championship on Saturday. Aaron Rodgers’ status for the 2021 NFL season is uncertain due to the reported deteriorating relationship with the Green Bay Packers. This past week, Rodgers spent some time on the golf course, where he and Bryson DeChambeau defeated Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson in “The Match.” Rodgers returned to the green for this weekend’s American Century Celebrity Golf Championship and the success from his win earlier this week carried over. On Saturday, Rodgers managed to hit an impressive chip shot on the 11th hole, showing that he can up and leave the NFL for the PGA Tour if he wanted to. Make it look easy like @AaronRodgers12! ???? #ACCGolf pic.twitter.com/91CkLTf6Xl — Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) July 10, 2021 Aaron Rodgers hits impressive shot during American Century ChampionshipCalm down, Packers fans. We kid, of course. Rodgers did just come off an NFL MVP season, but he has shown he is very damn good at this golfing thing....
    BOSTON (CBS) – Trash talk was flying well before The Match got underway. On the course, it was Aaron Rodgers and Bryson DeChambeau who got the last laugh. Brady was paired up with lefty Phil Mickelson during the fourth edition of The Match, which is held for charity – and bragging rights. READ MORE: Former Olympian Aly Raisman Offering Reward For Return Of Missing Dog Mylo Brady nailed a putt to put his team up one through seven holes. But unlike the NFC Championship Game, Rodgers came back. The Packers quarterback hit a birdie putt on 16 to seal the win for himself and his partner. RODGERS CALLED GAME ???? (@coronaextrausa) pic.twitter.com/unZWsZ4F9q — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 7, 2021 Trash talk was flying even before the pairs teed off. In a Jeopardy-themed promo, Mickelson was given the answer “He led the New England Patriots to six Super Bowl wins, is the architect of one of the greatest dynasties in the history of sports and is known far and wide as the GOAT.” Mickelson offered “Who is Tom Brady?” But...
    The future of Aaron Rodgers isn’t the only uncertainty facing the Green Bay Packers. The future of Davante Adams is now something for Packers fans to be anxious about. It’s a very tense time to be a Green Bay Packers fan right now. And when one of the best receivers in the game tweets anything about an uncertain future, it’s naturally going to get people talking. It is the offseason after all and there isn’t anything else to talk about so what players are tweeting and posting on social media will get scrutinized and analyzed like the CIA investigating unidentified flying objects. While Adams may want a new contract and while Packers fans are on edge because of the Rodgers situation, the best advice for them is to listen to their quarterback and r-e-l-a-x.
    Packers star David Bakhtiari is famed for his beer chugging skills. Twitter/Bucks Packers star David Bakhtiari chugged a beer in just 3 seconds at a Milwaukee Bucks game on Wednesday. "Lets go!" he screamed after he'd finished, much to the delight of the crowd. In 2019, Bakhtiari beat quarterback Aaron Rodgers in a chugging contest at a Bucks game. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Milwaukee Bucks didn't get the result it would have wanted against the Atalanta Hawks in its opening NBA Eastern Conference finals game on Wednesday night. However, that didn't stop Green Bay Packers star and noted Bucks fan David Bakhtiari from enjoying the occasion. During a first-quarter timeout, the offensive linesman pumped up the crowd by chugging a beer in just three seconds and screaming "Let's go!" – much to the delight of the crowd at the sold out Fiserv Forum.  Bakhtiari has performed this sort of impressive drinking stunt at a Bucks game before.  During a game in 2019, he faced off against his quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, in a chugging contest...
    Welcome into the final episode of “The David Hookstead Show” this week, and I think I have a very fun one for everyone. Today we cover the reaction to Sam Darnold not being vaccinated, LeBron James‘ lies and exaggerations being exposed in a great Twitter thread, Virginia Tech player Isi Etute allegedly murders a man after being catfished, Floyd Mayweather and Logan Paul sell a lot of PPVs, Jordan Love is improving for the Packers, Aaron Rodgers gets a porn offer, and Netflix’s upcoming “Fear Street” trilogy looks outstanding. Let’s dive into the final episode of the week! TOPICS: NFL QB Gets Destroyed For Admitting He’s Not Vaccinated. Do People Need To Calm Down? Incredible Twitter Thread Exposes LeBron James’ Wild Lies And Exaggerations College Football Player Allegedly Murders A Man After Being Catfished. The Details Are Insane Floyd Mayweather Fighting Logan Paul Sold A Ton Of PPVs. The Numbers Are Huge Aaron Rodgers’ Replacement Is Now Dominating Minicamp. How Will Packers Fans React? Aaron Rodgers Receives...
    Liam Husted: A concerned father, a police sketch and DNA helped police identify a boy found dead on a Nevada trail Senate Passes Sweeping Bill to Help U.S. Compete With China With mandatory minicamps starting, Green Bay has the opportunity to draw a line in the sand with Rodgers. But don't expect it to happen just yet. Julio Jones Watch has ended, and Aaron Rodgers Watch is just cranking up … © Provided by Sports Illustrated • In this week's MMQB column, we broke down how the Packers can excuse Rodgers’s absence from minicamp this week, and not fine him the allowable $93,085. They’ll have no such feasible option once they get to training camp, if they want to protect themselves on his bonus money—and the $50,000 per day they’d be required to assess in fines at that point cannot, by rule, be forgiven. So a line could be drawn in the sand in the coming days, assuming Rodgers doesn’t unexpectedly pop into town. And if the Packers stick to how they’ve handled this the last few months, I...
    Welcome into a brand new episode of “The David Hookstead Show.” Coming off a powerful and great Memorial Day, I have a bunch of topics for us to cover today. On the show this fine Tuesday, we cover Memorial Day tributes, the NFL season starting in 100 days, Tim Tebow continues to dominate NFL jersey sales, the Packers won’t trade Aaron Rodgers, NBA fans being idiots, The Miz went to a sex shop on a first date, Sasquatch sighting goes viral, “Woman in the Window” being terrible and the ending of “Mare of Easttown.” Let’s dive right in! TOPICS: Chris Pratt Posts Powerful Memorial Day Tribute Honoring Our Fallen Heroes. His Words Will Hit You Straight In The Heart The NFL Season Starts In Exactly 100 Days. The First Game Is A Great Matchup Tim Tebow Continues To Dominate Jersey Sales. How Will His Critics Respond? The Green Bay Packers Have Reportedly Made A Decision On Aaron Rodgers. Is It The Right Call? Fan Appears To Throw A Water...
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tom Brady went to town with a meme generator and absolutely walloped Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Tom Brady is the GOAT. The ultimate Super Bowl MVP. And master of memes? Brady was also self-aware enough to take a swipe at himself. pic.twitter.com/H8XqiMCJpk — Tom Brady (@TomBrady) May 26, 2021 Maybe the best thing to come out of Brady’s departure from the Patriots, besides the memorable Super Bowl win and all that, is his ability to let it fly on social media. Jokester Brady has been unleashed and he’s given it his all. Next: Edelman Shuts Down Brady Reunion
    Welcome to another episode of “The David Hookstead Show,” and I’m happy to have you all here today. On the Wednesday episode of the show, I discuss a bunch of different topics. We cover the PGA Championship dominating the NBA in the TV ratings, Aaron Rodgers addresses his issues with the Packers, John Krasinski and Emily Blunt don’t want their kids to know they’re famous, more football stadiums are opening up in the fall and actress Morena Baccarin triggers people on Twitter with a comment about the pandemic being over. Let’s dive right in! TOPICS: The TV Ratings For The PGA Championship Crush LeBron James And The NBA Aaron Rodgers Discusses His Issues With The Packers. His Comments Might Surprise Fans Jim From ‘The Office’ And His Wife Don’t Want Their Kids To Know They’re Famous. Will Their Strategy Work? Big 10 Football Program Is Pushing For 100% Capacity For Fans. Is It Time To Get Back To Normal? Hollywood Star Tweets The ‘Pandemic Is Over,’ Wants To Know...
    If Aaron Rodgers is bothered by the drama with the Packers, he’s certainly not showing it. Green Bay’s star quarterback is currently in Hawaii with his future wife Shailene Woodley, and he’s not alone. Hollywood sensation Miles Teller and his wife Keleigh are also hanging out with them. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Judging from Keleigh’s Instagram, Aaron is really enjoying himself. Watch the video below, and then ask yourself if that’s the face of a guy who is worried about his future.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Keleigh Sperry Teller (@keleighteller) I mean, the dude is literally in Hawaii jamming out to Taylor Swift as the entire sports media dives into the chaos between the Packers and him. He doesn’t have a care in the world!   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Keleigh Sperry Teller (@keleighteller) Aaron Rodgers is probably sitting back at the end of everyday drinking wine and laughing hysterically at how much he’s dominated this situation. The...
    The New Orleans Saints run into the Green Bay Packers come Week 1 and if Aaron Rodgers is behind center, then that will mean they’ll start off the year 0-1.  New Orleans Saints fans are counting down the days for Week 1 of the 2021 campaign to arrive. While Drew Brees is retired and off spending more time with his family, either Taysom Hill or Jameis Winston will be ready to take over the offense. Unfortunately for one of the them, their first showdown as the team’s starter will come up against the Green Bay Packers and (maybe) Aaron Rodgers. This is bad news for the New Orleans supporters.Green Bay will be ready to make a statement come Week 1 against the SaintsIn predicting when the Saints’ first loss of the campaign will come, there’s no doubt it will be to start the season against the Packers. However, that depends on whether or not Rodgers indeed returns to the team and throws the ball all over the field like normal. His offseason drama with the Green Bay front office...
    Teams are positioning themselves to target in the 2022 NFL Draft, the looming showdown between Ja’Wuan James and the Denver Broncos and more. On football fields in Jacksonville, Florham Park and Chicago, the top three quarterbacks selected in the NFL Draft earlier this month have gotten their first taste of life in the NFL during their team’s rookie minicamps, but the prize of the 2022 class looms large. Browns at ChiefsFor about three quarters, Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns had Mahomes and the Chiefs on the ropes, in the AFC Divisional Playoffs, last January. Cleveland will be a much better team walking into Arrowhead this season from when they walked out of it, five points shy of an AFC Championship Game berth. It will be harder to throw on the Browns, after taking Greg Newsome out of Northwestern, in Round 1. Jadeveon Clowney might also make life a bit more difficult on Mahomes. If there’s a team in the AFC that helped close the gap on the Chiefs the most this offseason, it’s Cleveland. We’ll see just how wide...
    Biden to speak to Coast Guard Academy graduates 2 GOP California governor candidates try to impress voters Last year our Andrew Brandt said the Packers' QB situation was déjà vu all over again. It's only feeling more familiar now. I have written often in this space about my decade as vice president of the Packers. I spent three of those years with Brett Favre—one of the game’s iconic superstars at that time—as our starting quarterback and Aaron Rodgers as his backup. There was tension in that situation between the two of them that surfaced from time to time; we were able to keep that largely hidden from public view. And last year the Packers did the same thing we did 16 years ago: drafted a first-round quarterback—in this case, Jordan Love—to eventually replace an iconic one, with Rodgers now cast in the role of Favre. Circle of life. Let’s look backward and forward. © Provided by Sports Illustrated Rodgers’s arrival: No one was happy Most fans and members of the media see a draft pick, react to it and...
    Straight Out of Armageddon: NASA Tests Asteroid Impact Before Crashing Spacecraft Into One Google Is Saving Over $1 Billion Thanks to Work from Home GM Brian Gutekunst’s failure to do the bare minimum in managing his star could cost Green Bay a legendary quarterback still in his prime. The Packers’ choice of Jordan Love was such a colossal blunder that it turned into the worst pick in two drafts. It was the head-scratcher of 2020, and now it is the talk of 2021, with ESPN’s Adam Schefter reporting that Aaron Rodgers wants out of Green Bay. Pinning the Rodgers/Packers rift entirely on the Love pick is reductive. But picking another quarterback in the first round last year was the pivot point, and that was the decision that illustrates just how poorly the Packers have managed this situation. Rodgers registers every slight and he can be petty almost to the point of vindictive, but also: He is Aaron Rodgers. If keeping him happy is too annoying for you, you shouldn’t be running an NFL team. This is how pro sports...
    Jessie James Decker Teases Husband Eric With Nude Insta: Cheers What Not To Do While Trying To Get Out of Debt Despite having one of the best years of his career, Aaron Rodgers' time in Green Bay may soon come to an end. According to multiple reports, Rodgers doesn't wish to return to the team that he's spent his entire NFL career with. © Provided by CBS Sports Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) walks off the field fter the Green Bay Packers 31-26 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC Championship playoff game Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis. - Photo by Mike De Sisti / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel via USA TODAY NETWORK Packers Packers25 Mjd 08898 The Broncos,  Raiders and 49ers are reportedly the three teams that Rodgers would be willing to go to.  While Rodgers has spent his entire career with the Packers, the relationship hasn't always been great between the two sides. The latest developments are just the most recent moments of drama in what has been...
    Aaron Rodgers. Dylan Buell/Getty Images Aaron Rodgers wants a trade from the Green Bay Packers, according to multiple reports. Rodgers reportedly turned down an extension from the Packers. Rodgers' displeasure reportedly goes beyond his contract and extends to management of the team. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. According to multiple reports, Aaron Rodgers wants out of Green Bay due to mounting displeasure with the Packers.. ESPN's Adam Schefter on Thursday reported that Rodgers has told some people that he does not want to return to the team. Facebook Icon The letter F. Follow Insider on Facebook Rodgers' discontent is appears to be multifaceted. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported that Rodgers' agent and the Packers have been working on a contract extension this offseason. Rodgers is said to have refused a restructuring of his contract and wants an extension. According to Rapoport, the Packers offered an extension, but Rodgers turned it down and remains "unhappy." However, Schefter and Fox's Jay Glazer both reported that Rodgers' displeasure goes beyond just his contract. Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk...
    This Packers quarterback wants to be the next “Jeopardy!” host: Who is Aaron Rodgers?  Rodgers, “Jeopardy!” superfan and NFL superstar, is guest hosting the long-running game show through April 16, with his debut episode airing on April 5.  While Rodgers has been candid about the uncertainty of his future with the Packers, one thing that he seems pretty interested in is calling audibles — on the field and, maybe, in ventures off the field. On Tuesday’s “Good Morning Football,” Rodgers explained that he wants to continue playing football, but is very serious about wanting to host “Jeopardy!” as well. “I want to keep playing. I still have the passion & the fire and this last season reminded a lot of people that I can still play at a really really high level. I can do this for a number of years moving forward. At the same time, I feel like I can host @Jeopardy.”-@AaronRodgers12 pic.twitter.com/eoMl0pLf5J — GMFB (@gmfb) April 6, 2021 Aaron Rodgers wants to play quarterback AND host Jeopardy. “I feel like I could do both which...
    Arguably the league’s best center, Corey Linsley will have a new place to call home in 2021. And unfortunately for Green Bay Packers fans, it’s going to be far from Lambeau Field. A 5th-round draft pick for the Packers back in 2014, Linsley recently signed a massive 5-year deal worth up to $62.5 million with the LA Chargers. The deal makes him the highest-paid center in the league.  And many would say that the money is well deserved. The 2020 first-team All-Pro played a key role in the success of the Packers in 2020. And more importantly in the success of 2020 MVP winner Aaron Rodgers.   Losing Linsley, a big blow for the Green Bay Packers It’s always tough to lose an All-Pro. And when that player is also someone who’s cemented his position in a side over the past 6 years, the blow is even harder.   Linsley appeared in 99 games for the Green Bay Packers over the past 7 seasons. And during that time he developed a great sense of chemistry and understanding between himself and QB Aaron...
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    One unnamed NFL executive expects things to get bad between the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers. The star passer has been making serious waves in the news ever since he said his future plans were unknown following a loss to the Bucs. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Aaron Rodgers: “A lot of guys futures, they’re uncertain, myself included.” — Matt Schneidman (@mattschneidman) January 25, 2021 Outside of the Super Bowl, it’s probably been the most talked about NFL storyline since Sunday, and it’s not slowing down. “It wasn’t my decision.” Aaron Rodgers on Packers coach Matt LaFleur deciding to kick a field goal on 4th down late in the 4th quarter. (via @CBSSportsHQ)pic.twitter.com/aThJYXgT2f — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 25, 2021 Now, one NFL executive thinks it’s only the beginning. The person told CBS Sports “That thing is going to go nuclear. Trust me. The quarterback wants out.” Aaron Rodgers seems to be enjoying the drama surrounding him. Milking it, even. Whatever you may think, rival coaches and and execs are reading...
    Calls grow for 9/11-style panel to probe Capitol attack Biden admin removes Trump allies from US-funded news outlets NFC Championship picks, odds, how to watch, stream: Expert best bets against the spread and more Two of the best quarterbacks in the NFL face off this Championship Sunday, as Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers travel to Lambeau Field to take on Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Brady has helped transform the Buccaneers franchise in his very first season with his new team, as he helped Tampa Bay get back to the postseason for the first time since the 2007 season, and secure its first playoff victory since Super Bowl XXXVII. It's been an incredible run up to this point, but he will have his work cut out for him when it comes to trying to out-duel Rodgers, who led the NFL with 48 passing touchdowns this season in what will likely be an MVP campaign.    © Provided by CBS Sports So who will come out on top this Sunday? Each week, we'll collect all of...
    Getty Images/MovieSceneCrew Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers have been making tributes to the movie "Austin Powers in Goldmember" this season. Rodgers said it began with offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, who loves the movie. The Packers call the red zone the "gold zone" and yell, "I love gold!" after touchdowns. Rodgers said the Packers are now campaigning to get Mike Myers to visit the team in character. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers have found an unlikely source of camaraderie this season: the 2002 film "Austin Powers in Goldmember." Over the course of the season, Rodgers has explained on "The Pat McAfee Show" how the Packers have a love for the movie that has translated to the field. Rodgers said it was inspired by offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett's love of the film. For instance, the Packers have been calling the red zone the "gold zone." After touchdowns, Rodgers and his teammates yell, "I love gold!" in reference to the movie. Rodgers could be heard yelling the line after running...
    Rebekah Jones: Fired Florida data scientist turns herself in to authorities Interfaith prayers for S. African Covid patients, hospital staff Anatomy of a Play: How Aaron Rodgers beat the Rams with a smile and 12 personnel “A smile remains the most inexpensive gift I can bestow on anyone, and yet its powers can vanquish kingdoms.” — Og Mandino © Provided by Touchdown Wire A lot went into Aaron Rodgers’ 58-yard touchdown pass to Allen Lazard with 7:00 left in the Packers’ 32-18 divisional round win over the Rams. The catch that put the Packers in their second straight NFC Championship game was based on Green Bay’s strong run game, and it was also based on going back to a receiver who had whiffed a catch out of a very similar concept earlier in the game. With 8:54 left in the third quarter, the Packers lined up in “12” personnel — two tight ends, two receivers, and a running back — and the Rams reacted to what they thought might be a run by rolling safety John Johnson down from...
    Fauci says 100 million vaccinations in 100 days absolutely a doable thing Russian opposition leader Navalny tests Kremlin again Aaron Rodgers had a subtle and priceless reaction as the Packers beat the Rams Even if you were watching the TV broadcast closely, you might have missed Aaron Rodgers’ smirk as the Green Bay Packers closed out their 32-18 win over the Los Angeles Rams. Rodgers, a 16-year veteran, took his spot over center for the final snap, and allowed the slightest show of emotion. © Provided by For The Win He seemed to look up at the jumbotron before smiling. It likely dawned on him that the Packers would host the NFC Championship at Lambeau Field for the first time in Rodgers’ career. This will be Rodgers’ fifth NFC Championship appearance and his second in two years. Here’s a look at that sweet moment for the Packers quarterback. When you know it’s a wrap ???? pic.twitter.com/hXkdXvOMcW— Will Blackmon ???? (@WillBlackmon) January 17, 2021 The Packers, the NFC’s No. 1 seed, will host the winner of the New Orleans...
    Sean McVay-led Los Angeles Rams pulled off a major upset last weekend as they defeated NFC West Champions, Seattle Seahawks, in the Wild Card Playoffs. The Rams put in a major defensive performance to silence Russell Wilson and his two star wide receivers, Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf. But this week they’ll go up against arguably the best quarterback in the league at the moment, Aaron Rodgers. The Green Bay Packers veteran is having a terrific season. He leads the league in passing touchdowns (48) and other categories as well. Besides that, the snowy conditions at Lambeau Field are something that Rodgers has come to thrive in, as per recent results. So what does the Rams defense – who is sweating on the fitness of Aaron Donald – need to do in order to stop the Packers’ offense? Kyle Brandt tells us below. ALSO READ – Everything You Need to Know About Heisman Trophy Winner DeVonta Smith Sub-zero condition Aaron Rodgers ready to terrorize Rams defense On the latest segment of GMFB, co-host Kyle Brandt gave his pre-game predictions with...
    Aaron Rodgers and Aaron Jones celebrate a touchdown, Austin Powers-style. Matt Ludtke/AP Images Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers have been making tributes to the movie "Austin Powers in Goldmember" this season. Rodgers said it began with offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, who loves the movie. The Packers call the red zone the "gold zone" and yell, "I love gold!" after touchdowns. Rodgers said the Packers are now campaigning to get Mike Myers to visit the team in character. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers have found an unlikely source of camaraderie this season: the 2002 film "Austin Powers in Goldmember." Over the course of the season, Rodgers has explained on "The Pat McAfee Show" how the Packers have a love for the movie that has translated to the field. Rodgers said it was inspired by offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett's love of the film. For instance, the Packers have been calling the red zone the "gold zone." After touchdowns, Rodgers and his teammates yell, "I love gold!" in reference to...
    Aaron Rodgers is flexing on everyone in 2020 with outstanding numbers. Aaron Rodgers has found another level in 2020, starting the season with flawless performances to remind everyone just how good he can be. It was more of the same as the Green Bay Packers took on the Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football. The lasting takeaway from the Green Bay-Atlanta game may ultimately be Rodgers’ celebration after his second touchdown of the night. If you haven’t seen “the flex seen ’round the internet” then you’re missing out. Still, there was a lot more to Rodgers’ performance on Monday Night Football than just the memes that came out of it. Rodgers continued to play at an absurdly high level.Aaron Rodgers is enjoying life with a new head coach apparentlyThe Packers have gone 3-0 in the early stages of Matt LaFleur’s tenure as head coach, and on Monday night they were well on their way to making it 4-0. Rodgers came out swinging and delivered for his head coach by throwing three touchdowns for 228 yards in the first half. As...
    Aaron Rodgers at the line. Sean Gardner/Getty Images Aaron Rodgers fooled the New Orleans Saints with a hard count late in fourth quarter to help the Packers seal their victory on Sunday night. Rodgers' hard count was only possible due to the fact that a packed crowd wasn't screaming their lungs out at the Superdome. After the game, Rodgers acknowledged his craftiness, and said that while players across the league miss having fans in attendance, it certainly helps him and the Packers when they're looking to win on the road. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Aaron Rodgers once again proved why he's one of the savviest quarterbacks in the NFL on Sunday, fooling the New Orleans Saints into a critical offsides penalty that helped the Green Bay Packers seal the game. Rodgers is a master of the hard count — a trick used by quarterbacks in which they aggressively fake their call for the snap to get their opponent to jump early and commit a penalty that results in an easy first down. In any normal...
    Yes, despite drafting Jordan Love, the Packers found another underdog story further down the depth chart Tim Boyle was the Packers backup QB in 2019 to the chagrin of most outside of Green Bay. Aaron Rodgers isn’t necessarily injury-prone, but he’s been on the mend enough that at this advanced stage of his career, a reliable backup is essential. As it turns out, the Packers might’ve had one all along. Boyle was signed as a UDFA in 2018 and has since beat out just about every potential Rodgers’ backup, including DeShone Kizer, for the job. Green Bay was forced to give him an opportunity last season, and despite the team’s decision to draft Jordan Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, Boyle remains up for the challenge.Boyle took Love’s selection in stride“By no means is it Jordan’s fault or anyone’s fault. Jordan’s a great guy and we’re obviously very lucky to have him. I think at first, it was a little shocking just from an, ‘Oh, man, we got a first-round quarterback’ and all those thoughts rush into...
    Green Bay Packers star Aaron Rodgers opened up more about his future with the organization as his happiness with the team has come into question since Jordan Love joined it. While Packers coach Matt LaFleur told reporters Sunday the quarterback would be with the team for a “long time,” Rodgers was asked to define what that meant on Monday. PACKERS' AARON RODGERS DISCUSSES POSSIBLY PLAYING FOR GREEN BAY'S BIGGEST RIVAL AFTER JORDAN LOVE PICK “I savor every moment, every season,” Rodgers said, according to ESPN. “I don’t know what the future holds. I know I can control this year and my play and my approach and my attitude. “If I retire on the team’s timeline, then all is well. But if they’re looking to move on before I’m ready to be done playing, there’s an impasse at that point. ... That’s what I said to you guys Day 1 when we [first] talked about it.” Last week, Rodgers was more candid about his future with Green Bay and the team taking Love in the first round of the draft. He has...
    Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images) When taking a deeper look at the stats, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has personified being clutch for the last decade. Aaron Rodgers has truly been one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL for awhile now. The 36-year-old quarterback has made multiple Pro Bowl and All-Pro teams, won two MVP’s and a Super Bowl in 12 years starting for Green Bay. Clutch is definitely a word that can be used to describe Rodgers. No matter what your definition of clutch is, he deserves to be in the conversation because of his body of work when the game comes down to the wire. According to Pro Football Focus, it puts Rodgers at the top of that discussion. Most big-time throws in the 4Q/OT since 2010: 1. Aaron Rodgers – 1032. Drew Brees – 1013. Tom Brady – 1004. Russell Wilson – 88 pic.twitter.com/xtQraIWBL6 — PFF (@PFF) July 26, 2020 PFF defines a “big-time throw” as a metric of their highest-graded pass attempts based upon...
    SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 19: Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers looks on from the sidelines in the first half against the San Francisco 49ers during the NFC Championship game at Levi's Stadium on January 19, 2020 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) The relationship between Aaron Rodgers and Jordan Love is something to watch in training camp. After the Green Bay Packers shocked the world and selected Jordan Love with the 26th pick in the NFL Draft, all eyes were on Aaron Rodgers and his reaction to the pick. To this point, he has only said he’s excited to help the rookie quarterback adjust to the NFL. However, we all know that Rodgers isn’t thrilled about the pick. Once again, the Packers refused to draft him a receiver in the first round. The Packers have never drafted a wide receiver or tight end in the first round for Rodgers’ entire tenure in Green Bay. The need for another pass catcher is obvious heading into the new season, with Allen Lazard currently holding the...
    Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images) Someone compiled the best Aaron Rodgers pass from every season and it’s epic Aaron Rodgers is one of the best quarterbacks playing today. He had incredibly big shoes to fill when he stepped in after Green Bay Packers GOAT Brett Favre, and he’s done an amazing job. That job hasn’t gone unnoticed as someone on Twitter compiled the greatest throws of his career and seeing it packaged that way is actually pretty damn awesome. Aaron Rodgers BEST throw from each season
    Most unforgettable moments of BET Awards past A penny for your thoughts could be a lot harder to find Brett Favre has some thoughts about how the Packers should use Jordan Love Brett Favre is back … with more opinions, that is. © Provided by Sporting News Since Green Bay drafted Jordan Love with the No. 26 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, Favre has offered plenty of insight into Aaron Rodgers and the Packers QB room, considering Rodgers found himself in the same situation with Favre as Love does now with Rodgers. While Rodgers is still the man in Green Bay, Favre offered some thoughts on how the Packers should use their current and future quarterbacks. "I think there's ways to incorporate it much like Taysom Hill with the Saints," Favre said to TMZ Sports. "Use him as a halfback, a halfback pass, but occasionally let him run it just to show that you'll do that. Something like that." Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad While it's a novel idea, there's a few snags here: Love is known...
    Getty Inexperienced Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has been a serious thorn within the aspect of the Chicago Bears, but one former Bears WR thinks the group has wasted Rodgers’ abilities. (Photograph by Dylan Buell/Getty Pictures) Brandon Marshall has by no means shied away from voicing his opinions, and in a latest look on The Herd with Colin Cowherd, the previous Chicago Bears and Denver Broncos extensive receiver shared his ideas on all the things from the potential return of troubled wideout Antonio Brown to former NFC North rivals Aaron Rodgers and the Inexperienced Bay Packers. Marshall spent three years with the Bears (2012-2014), along with his lone All-Professional season coming with the group in 2012. Marshall retired after the 2018 season and has been working as a soccer analyst since. When he and Cowherd have been discussing the opportunity of Antonio Brown’s return, Marshall mentioned he felt including Brown might give the Seattle Seahawks among the best offenses within the NFL. Then, the topic turned to Inexperienced Bay and its latest...
    Getty Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has been a major thorn in the side of the Chicago Bears, yet one former Bears WR thinks the team has wasted Rodgers' talents. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images) Brandon Marshall has never shied away from voicing his opinions, and in a recent appearance on The Herd with Colin Cowherd, the former Chicago Bears and Denver Broncos wide receiver shared his thoughts on everything from the potential return of troubled wideout Antonio Brown to former NFC North rivals Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Marshall spent three years with the Bears (2012-2014), with his lone All-Pro season coming with the team in 2012. Marshall retired after the 2018 season and has been working as a football analyst since. When he and Cowherd were discussing the possibility of Antonio Brown’s return, Marshall said he felt adding Brown could give the Seattle Seahawks one of the best offenses in the NFL. Then, the subject turned to Green Bay and its recent history, and neither Marshall nor Cowherd held back. Follow the Heavy on Bears...
    Recently, former NFL wide receiver Brandon Marshall appeared on The Herd with Colin Cowherd. The 36-year-old opened up on various subjects and had a very low opinion on the Green Bay Packers and how they treated Aaron Rodgers. Cowherd himself was not too impressed with the Packers either, and criticized their lack of aggression in their moves. Clearly, Brandon Marshall echoed the same sentiments, especially when referring to Aaron Rodgers. He said, “It’s too late. Come on man, they should’ve won two Super Bowls in the last five years. To me, Aaron Rodgers is my favorite quarterback in the NFL, but you wasted this guy’s career. You got one Super Bowl out of Aaron Rodgers? Are you kidding me? It’s too late! It’s too late.” On one end of the spectrum, a quarterback of Rodgers’ caliber should have multiple Super Bowls under his belt. However, on the other hand, Rodgers has had the misfortune of playing in the same era as several top class quarterbacks. He has been pitted against Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Russell Wilson, Andrew...
    Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) Have the Packers wasted Aaron Rodgers? Aaron Rodgers remains arguably the most talented quarterback of his generation, but despite the individual accolades, the Green Bay Packers aren’t accustomed to the same team success seen by the likes of Tom Brady‘s New England Patriots. In fact, they’re not even close. The Packers have won just one Super Bowl during Rodgers’ tenure in Green Bay, and despite making it to the NFC Championship game last season, Brian Gutekunst spent their first pick on quarterback Jordan Love out of Utah State. He is the hand-picked successor to eventually replace Rodgers in Green Bay. And that’s why former NFL receiver Brandon Marshall thinks the Packers haven’t done enough to support their franchise quarterback and why he said they’ve wasted his talent. “You got one Super Bowl out of Aaron Rodgers, Marshall said on the Colin Cowherd show. “Are you kidding me? It’s too late.” The Packers wasted Aaron Rodgers career. @BMarshall: "You got 1 Super Bowl out of Aaron Rodgers? Are you...
    The NFL, being a contact sport, requires players to compete with shoulder pads and helmets as they are prone to knocks whilst on the field. Opposition defenses target wide receivers and quarterbacks as they are the main offensive weapons. As a result, injuries are second nature to some of these players. At times they play through the pain barrier or they accept fate and take time away from the sport. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been in the NFL for 15 seasons and started in 12 of those seasons. He too has had his fair share of injuries over his time before ‘Packer Nation’. Here, we take a look at some of the times the Super Bowl XLV MVP has gone down over his career. Injuries suffered by Aaron Rodgers 2006: Broke left foot  At the time of his draft, Aaron Rodgers found himself in a situation similar to that of Jordan Love. He was a 21-year-old first-round pick drafted in to replace a 36-year-old quarterback. Rodgers made just 3 appearances in 2005 and completed 9 passes.  ...
    Chris Simms has Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers ranked as the third best passer in the NFL. The Super Bowl champion and NFL MVP slid into the third slot in yearly rankings from Simms. He came in behind only Patrick Mahomes and Russell Wilson. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Aaron Rodgers (@aaronrodgers12) on Nov 30, 2019 at 12:51pm PST Personally, I think being ranked number three is very fair to Rodgers. Not only is it fair to Rodgers, it’s very accurate. Let’s not pretend for a second like Rodgers is Patrick Mahomes or Russell Wilson. There’s even an argument to be made for Lamar Jackson and Carson Wentz being ahead of Rodgers at this point, but I’m okay with them being behind him. Rodgers coming in at three is more than acceptable.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Green Bay Packers (@packers) on May 23, 2020 at 9:12am PDT Having said that, you know...
    Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is being called out after seemingly weighing in on New Orleans Saints' Drew Brees comments about the national anthem this week. “A few years ago we were criticized for locking arms in solidarity before the game,” Rodgers wrote Wednesday on Instagram. “It has NEVER been about an anthem or a flag. Not then. Not now. Listen with an open heart, let’s educate ourselves, and then turn word and thought into action.” One of the hash tags he used was #solidarity. SAINTS QUARTERBACK APOLOGIZES AFTER VISCERAL BACKLASH OVER STANCE AGAINST KNEELING DURING NATIONAL ANTHEM Despite the positivity in Rodgers’ post, a former teammate of his wasn’t buying it. Former NFL tight end Martellus Bennett, who played with Rodgers and the Packers for seven games in 2017, quoted a previous tweet from Rodgers in which the superstar quarterback said of his teammates kneeling: “They have a battle for racial equality. That’s what they’re trying to get a conversation started about.” “Doesn’t sound like an ally sounds like a spectator,” Bennett tweeted Thursday. “So miss me with that bulls--t,” Bennett continued. “Show me one. I...
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