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Aug 16, 2014
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron ...
Aug 16, 2014
In his first action of the preseason, Aaron Rodgers completed 11-of-13 passes for 128 yards and one touchdown Saturday afternoon versus the Rams.

Packers Recap: Flags will fly, new receivers for Aaron Rodgers

Green Bay --- In Friday's episode of Packers Recap, NBC 26's Dan Koob and the Journal Sentiniel's Tyler Dunne talk about the NFL's emphasis on illegal contact and Aaron Rodgers getting up to speed with his new targets...

Rodgers still holding out hope of Finley return

 Photo/ Aaron Rodgers hasn’t given up hope that he and tight end Jermichael Finley will be teaming up again. GREEN BAY – While there may be more skeptics than believers in Jermichael Finley’s attempted comeback from last year’s career-threatening neck injury, there’s at least one guy who hasn’t given up hope: The guy who’d been throwing him the football since 2008 – Aaron Rodgers.The Green Bay Packers quarterback said he has been in contact with Finley, who remains an unrestricted free agent,“I have had a couple of conversations with him. He looks incredible,” Rodgers...

What's next? Rodgers would like to see Cobb deal, too

 Photo/USATSIWith Jordy Nelson’s deal done, the Packers can turn their attention to inking their other starting wide receiver, Randall Cobb. GREEN BAY – What’s next?That’s what the fictional President Jed Bartlet always used to say on The West Wing, and that’s exactly what Aaron Rodgers was thinking Saturday.While the Green Bay Packers quarterback was thrilled for his friend and airport car-pool buddy Jordy Nelson and the four-year, $39 million contract extension Nelson inked Saturday morning before the opening practice of training camp, once that was taken care of and Rodgers had...

2014 Most Important Packers No. 1: Aaron Rodgers, QB

  Photo/The Packers found out what life without their star quarterback was like last season, and it wasn’t pleasant. GREEN BAY – Aaron Rodgers was adamant. So adamant, in fact, that he interrupted the question – not once, not twice, but three times.No, the Green Bay Packers quarterback will not take a different approach in 2014 in the wake of the first major injury – a fractured left collarbone that cost him essentially eight games – in his time as the team’s starter.“I’m not changing the way I play. I’m going to keep playing the same way,” Rodgers said during a Q&A...

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