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From the Iron-Man to Mr. Glass

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From the Iron-Man to Mr. Glass

Aaron Rodgers is hurt, again.

It will be the ultimate irony if the Packers end up going from the Iron-man of the NFL to Mr. Glass at quarterback. Aaron Rodgers simply can not seem to stay healthy. And was it the fearsome pass rush of the Dallas Cowboys that fell the third year quarterback? No, he pulled a hamstring in Tuesday's practice. In an environment that is as friendly to the quarterback as humanly possible. Good grief.

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j4a1's picture

Well..I wouldn't jump to any conclusions. Breaking a foot, and continuing to play for a full half of football isn't the mark of some whiney, momma's boy.

The guy pulled a hammy. It happens.

I think all this cyber-space sports talk leads us to premature conclusions. I thought Rodgers looked great last week considering 3 years of rust. I'm not ready to call him "Mr Glass" or the second coming of Brett just yet. Let's see what he can do and give him more than a couple of snaps to do it.

packeraaron's picture

There you go being all level-headed again. ;) I agree whole heartedly. Just having fun at Rodgers expense. Besides, "Mr. Glass" makes for better copy, rather than that reasonable, levelheaded nonsense... ;)

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