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A.J. Hawk on Aaron Rodgers: I Didn't Think He Was Coming Back

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A.J. Hawk on Aaron Rodgers: I Didn't Think He Was Coming Back

Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk was a guest on the Dan Patrick Show on Monday, a day after the Packers beat the Detroit Lions and won the NFC North division.

As part of the interview, Hawk is asked several questions about quarterback Aaron Rodgers, including his injury, whether he'll win the NFL's MVP award and a possible engagement to actress Olivia Munn.

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Allan Murphy's picture

Now that's bold picking you win the super bowl before it happens or not ?

balding_pastor's picture

I like the plot to have ARODG pop the question.

Imma Fubared's picture

I saw Hawk was on the sideline again and unfortunately he did come back. Its more than black and white when he is on the field the run and pass defense seem to just falter.
Barrington is all over the place making plays.
My issue. Why didn't the coaching staff figure this out a long time ago?
They better study film on Dix too. Every single time I saw him he was standing around watching other plays. He can't cover, he cannot tackle so why is he on the field? What a waste

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