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Jordy Nelson Injury: Packers confirm Green Bay wide receiver will miss 2015 season with torn ACL

The Green Bay Packers confirmed wide receiver Jordy Nelson is out for the entire 2015 NFL season after suffering a torn ACL in the team's Sunday game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The injury occurred on a non-contact play. Brutal. This news is both good and bad for the Philadelphia Eagles. Rooting for injuries is never cool, but the Eagles can't mind that one of their competitors in the NFC already lost one of their biggest weapons. The Packers still have Aaron Rodgers, so it's not like Green Bay suddenly needs to push the panic button, but it's still a big loss. The bad news for the...

Aaron Rodgers' post-game press conference

Here are highlights from what Aaron Rodgers addressed Sunday after the game with the media:

Aaron Rodgers, interpretive dancer?

Most people know Aaron Rodgers as the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers. But in new videos, the two-time NFL MVP shows off interpretitive dance skills.
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ESPN votes Aaron Rodgers as player most deserving of top contract

The Packers quarterback has the top deal, and according to one poll that shouldn't change. In the NFL, contract size is dictated by leverage, not necessarily by play on the field. That's why those like Joe Flacco of the Baltimore Ravens briefly held the title as highest-paid player in the NFL. However, sometimes the top contract does go to the top player, or at least that's how a new poll conducted by ESPN of its NFL Nation writers sees it. 19 of the voters in the poll tabbed Aaron Rodgers as the player most deserving of the biggest contract. The poll came out of comments made by New York...

Offensive tempo "unbelievable" against New England, Cobb says

Green Bay The natural reaction to last week's exhibition opener against the New England Patriots was to glance at the number of possessions for the first-team offense (3), take note of the number of visits to the red zone (2) and wonder aloud why Aaron Rodgers and Co. came away devoid of a touchdown.

Why is Tony Romo yelling 'Parcells' and doing Aaron Rodgers' discount double check?

OXNARD, Calif. – Omaha has become a football term closely associated with Peyton Manning. TV cameras have often captured the 14-time Pro Bowler yelling “Omaha” at the line of scrimmage, a pre-snap signal to his teammates. Tony Romo has his own …

Rodgers visits with Brady but avoids questions about him

 Photo/Associated Press via ESPN.com Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady chat after Thursday night’s game. FOXBORO, Mass. – Just as he is in the tight quarters of a collapsing pocket, creating space and escaping when it appears impossible, Aaron Rodgers has some conversational elusiveness to him, too.At least, that’s what the Green Bay Packers quarterback and reigning NFL MVP showed when Boston-area reporters asked him a series of questions about Tom Brady, the New England Patriots quarterback and four-time Super Bowl champion who’s locked in a...

Packers defeat Patriots, 22-11, in exhibition opener behind strong defensive effort

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. The coin was flipped, the New England Patriots deferred and the reining Most Valuable Player jogged onto the field flanked by 10 familiar faces. He lined up in the shotgun, in the favorite package featuring one running back, one tight end and three wide receivers. Aaron Rodgers dropped back to pass and began his 2015 season flung to the turf by defensive end Chandler Jones.

Rodgers expects to play some, but bulk of work will go to Tolzien

Green Bay - After coach Mike McCarthy said Tuesday that his plan was that anyone who traveled to New England would play in the exhibition opener Thursday night, quarterback Aaron Rodgers was asked if he would be on that flight.
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Packers' Aaron Rodgers on Jets' Geno Smith incident: 'Teams need to police themselves'

Packers' Aaron Rodgers on Jets' Geno Smith incident: 'Teams need to police themselves'

"Being a professional is about leaving stuff on the field."
Packers Gab Aug 11, 2015

Aaron Rodgers Not a Fan of the New PAT Rule in the NFL

Count NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers among those who don’t like the new extra-point rule in the NFL, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. “I think it goes against the league stance on player safety,” Rodgers said Tuesday. Rodgers doesn’t deny that it could make the game more exciting, both strategically if more coaches opt to go for […]

Rodgers willing, able to sit in exit row, play in preseason opener

 Photo/ Aaron Rodgers, who didnt play in last years preseason opener or finale, will travel to New England for the preseason opener against the Patriots, which means he will play in the game. GREEN BAY – Aaron Rodgers will be making the trip to New England, and that means – at least, if coach Mike McCarthy’s Abbott-and-Costello routine is to be believed – that the Green Bay Packers quarterback will play against the Patriots in Thursday night’s preseason opener.“Our goal is for everybody to play in the game,” McCarthy said after practice Tuesday. “Whoever travels to New...

Opinionated Rodgers speaks out on Jets fight, Deflategate, PAT

 Photo/Associated Press via ESPN.com Aaron Rodgers spoke to reporters Tuesday and had a lot to say. GREEN BAY – Aaron Rodgers arrived at his locker with some strong opinions Tuesday – on Deflategate, on Geno Smith’s broken jaw and the NFL’s decision to liven up the extra point.And the Green Bay Packers quarterback and reigning NFL MVP didn’t hold back on any of them.Jaw-dropping:  Rodgers learned shortly after practice about Smith, the New York Jets quarterback who suffered a broken jaw and could miss up to 10 weeks after being punched by now ex-teammate IK Enemkpali., in a...
Cincy Jungle Aug 11, 2015

NFL MVP Odds Released for 2015 Season

Andrew Luck, J.J. Watt, Adrian Peterson, and Aaron Rodgers are among those with the best odds to win the 2015 NFL MVP award. With the 2015 NFL season approaching, the guys at Bovada LV have released their odds for the winners of the 2015-16 NFL MVP award. To no surprise, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers leads the way with 5-1 odds. The two-time MVP will once again guide one of the NFL's most prolific offenses in addition to maybe the best overall team in Green Bay. Right behind Rodgers is Colts QB Andrew Luck at 7-1 odds, followed by Texans DL J.J. Watt and Vikings RB Adrian Peterson at 16-1...
Big Blue View Aug 11, 2015

NFL MVP odds 2015: Where do Odell Beckham Jr., Eli Manning rank?

Aaron Rodgers listed as MVP favorite. New York Giants mega-star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has been given 25-1 odds of winning the 2015 NFL MVP Award by Bovada. That ties Beckham with Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys and Calvin Johnson of the Detroit Lions with the best odds among wide receivers. Giants' quarterback Eli Manning is listed at 40-1. Here are the complete odds: Aaron Rodgers 5/1Andrew Luck 7/1Adrian Peterson 12/1J.J. Watt 12/1Peyton Manning 16/1Le'Veon Bell 20/1Tom Brady 20/1Drew Brees 20/1Jamaal Charles 20/1Ben Roethlisberger 20/1Russell Wilson 20/1Odell Beckham ...

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