Training camps across the NFL are well underway and the battles are beginning to play out. There are many reasons to pay attention to what happens on the practice field.
Aaron Rodgers may not be given the same amount of freedom in head coach Matt LaFleur’s offense that some other top quarterbacks across the NFL get, and Brett Favre thinks that would be the wron
Aaron Rodgers raised some eyebrows earlier in the week when a seemingly critical quote about his freedom to change plays at the line of scrimmage.
Aaron Rodgers signed a massive contract extension with the Green Bay Packers last offseason that guarantees him around $100 million, and he is using some of that money to improve the football program
Aaron Rodgers may take comfort in the fact that he is better than most other NFL quarterbacks at football even if they can smoke him in a beer-chugging competition, but he’ll have a tough time
Aaron Rodgers has been relentlessly mocked since he failed to successfully chug a beer when he attended an Eastern Conference Finals game last month, but it sounds like the two-time NFL MVP is tired
Even the Chicago White Sox are trolling Aaron Rodgers over his weak beer chug.
Several members of the Chicago Bears attended Friday night’s White Sox-Cleveland Indians game.
Aaron Rodgers may be a better quarterback than Matthew Stafford, but Stafford does have him beat in one area. The Detroit Lions quarterback showed up Rodgers when it comes to chugging a beer.