It’s notable that the Packers starting quarterback has given this pair of undrafted rookies such high praise not once, but twice, this offseason.
Adam Schein of NFL.com calls Rodgers and McCarthy the best QB/coach combo in professional football. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
Seemingly every interview Brett Favre has completed recently has included an offering of peace with the Green Bay Packers. Today’s was no different.
Both Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers noted the improvement Coleman has made during the offseason program in Green Bay.
The Packers quarterback joins the podcast of the NFL Network host on a day when the team also practices at Clark Hinkle Field.
The Packers quarterback recently commented about his future with the franchise in a recent interview. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
There’s been plenty of headlines made outside the football field this week with recent interviews from former Packers Brett Favre and Greg Jennings.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers came in sixth on the recently released Forbes’ annual list of the highest-paid athletes in the world in 2013. Rodgers reportedly made $49 million, including endorsements, in the past calendar year. According to Forbes, he made $43 million in salary and $6 million in endorsements. Rodgers’ endorsement money is [...]
In an interview published at the online home of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, former Packers and current Vikings wide receiver refused to call Aaron Rodgers by name. One part of a much longer interview went like this: BS: You played with, potentially, two Hall of Fame quarterbacks. Christian Ponder is trying to ascend to [...]
Aaron Rodgers made recent comments on Randall Cobb in an exclusive interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
Rodgers made the comment on an appearance on the “Jim Rome Show” on Wednesday. That and more in today’s Daily Links..
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy joined SiriusXM’s NFL Radio on Wednesday where he discussed Charles Woodson signing with the Oakland Raiders, former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher retiring from football, but the most interesting moment probably came when McCarthy was asked if he was relieved Aaron Rodgers’ recently signed contract extension is done. Listen here… #PACKERSmicroblog
At his annual MACC Fund charity fundraiser, Aaron Rodgers asked Bart Starr to join him for a speaking engagement. That and more in today’s Daily Links…
Former Packers quarterback Bart Starr will join Aaron Rodgers for his annual MACC Fund charity fundraiser Tuesday evening in Milwaukee.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback will make a guest appearance on the popular sitcom at 8 p.m. CT on most NBC affiliates.
In addition to our previously reported attendance of Aaron Rodgers, Randall Cobb and D.J. Williams at the “Fillies and Stallions” Kentucky Derby eve party in Louisville on Friday night, Rodgers, Cobb and teammate Clay Matthews are also part of the celebrity lineup at the Barnstable Brown party this evening as well. These Packers join a [...]
Rodgers, Cobb and teammate D.J. Williams will be attending Friday night’s “Fillies and Stallions” party in Louisville, Kentucky.
The cap number values and guaranteed money on Aaron Rodgers’ historic contract have trickled out Monday. The Packers QB agreed to his new deal last Friday.
Alabama running back Eddie Lacy addressed the possibility of playing for the Green Bay Packers while at the NFL Combine.
Aaron Rodgers’ contract extension is reportedly for $110 million over five years, an average of $22 million per season.