1:19 AM EDT, Tue April 28, 2015

Packers ink ex-Whitewater quarterback Blanchard

 Photo/ Undrafted in 2012, Matt Blanchard broke into the NFL with the Chicago Bears that spring. GREEN BAY – The Green Bay Packers’ backup quarterback position now has an even greater Wisconsin flavor.After re-signing ex-University of Wisconsin starter Scott Tolzien last month to likely serve as Aaron Rodgers’ No. 2, the Packers added former University of Wisconsin-Whitewater quarterback Matt Blanchard Wednesday after he worked out for the team last week.Blanchard’s agent, Paul Sheehy, announced the signing on Twitter, and the move was on the official NFL transaction wire at close...
philly.com Apr 15, 2015

Will Mariota be gone before Eagles pick, or will he slide?

Packers' Aaron Rodgers is an example of a top QB who fell in the draft, but experts aren't sure lightning will strike again.
News-Herald Apr 14, 2015
Jeff Schudel: If only Cleveland Browns' uniform unveiling featured a franchise quarterback

Jeff Schudel: If only Cleveland Browns' uniform unveiling featured a franchise quarterback

The only problem with the Browns' uniform party April 14 was Andrew Luck wasn't one of the models. Neither was Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Ben Roethlisberger, Aaron Rodgers or Joe Flacco.It says something about the football team when nine players displayed the new threads and not one of them was a quarterback.

Rodgers to appear on Jeopardy! after filming Tuesday

 Photo/Kevin O’Leary via Twitter Aaron Rodgers will be on Celebrity Jeopardy! In May after taping his appearance Wednesday. GREEN BAY – He’s won a Super Bowl, the Super Bowl MVP and two NFL MVPs, but Aaron Rodgers has now achieved his true dream: He competed on Celebrity Jeopardy! on Tuesday.The Green Bay Packers quarterback’s participation came out when Kevin O’Leary, one of the stars of ABC’s Shark Tank, Tweeted a photo that included Rodgers, retired astronaut Mark Kelly and Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek. O’Leary said the episode will air May 12, and Rodgers confirmed via...
Acme Packing Company Mar 29, 2015

Why people need to shut up about Aaron Rodgers' support of Wisconsin basketball

Numerous people are coming out of the woodwork to criticize Aaron Rodgers for the way in which he supports the Badger hoops team. Those people are being dumb. The Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball team has been on a two-year stretch that is unprecedented in school history. After a span from 1942 to 2013 in which they made a single Final Four (in 2000), Bo Ryan's squad has now reached that achievement each of the past two seasons. Both times they have done so coming out of the West region; both times they played the regional final against the Arizona Wildcats; both times the regional finals...

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