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Aaron Rodgers should be fuming over latest NFL analyst disrespect

Aaron Rodgers is the back-to-back NFL MVP, but you wouldn’t guess it with the disrespect being thrown the way of the Packers quarterback. It’s been quite a jam-packed past couple of years for Aaron Rodgers both on and off the field. There’s no reason to belabor the points that have been countlessly made about his choices outside of the gridiron, but things on the field, at least individually, have gone quite swimmingly for him.
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Aaron Rodgers 'Doesn't Need Reps' During OTAs, Packers QB Coach Tom Clements Says

Green Bay Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been absent from offseason workouts, but the team isn't concerned. "Aaron doesn't need reps at this time of year," quarterbacks coach Tom Clements said Thursday. "Obviously, it'd be nice to have him here, but he's seen these things a thousand times and he'll be ready to go when training camps start."
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Ravens Punter’s Retirement Highlights Incredible Distinction for Aaron Rodgers

One of the rarest things in the NFL is longevity. Football is a violent game, and it is not rare to see players retire after just a few seasons. What is even more rare is for a player to play a lengthy career with just one team. Even legends such as Brett Favre, Joe Montana, Tom Brady, and Emmitt Smith ended their careers with different teams. Now those legendary players are rare breeds given their positions. It is far more common for kickers to have long careers with one team. Even then, though, many kickers and punters find themselves playing for multiple teams throughout the course of their careers. Sam Koch, the punter of the Baltimore Ravens, announced his retirement after 16 seasons. He spent his entire career with the Ravens. This highlights an incredible distinction for Aaron Rodgers: he is the longest tenured player in the NFL.
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