NFL: Aaron Rodgers Has Reportedly Been Cut Off From His Family For The Past Two Years

Aaron Rodgers has not been the usual elite level quarterback we’re used to seeing from past seasons on the field this year. While there could be many factors attributing to the decline in his performance on the field, an anonymous source says the main reason is issues with his family. In a detailed story for Bleacher Report, writer Tyler Dunne explains that the source says Rodgers has been cut off from any contact with his family for about two years now and it was Rodgers who did it.


(Video) NFL: Aaron Rodgers Drops F-Bomb On National TV During Game Against Bears

Aaron Rodgers looked bad and was frustrated during last night’s loss to the Bears at home. The game was televised on NBC and the network probably wishes Rodgers didn’t have such a bad game after he dropped an F-bomb for everyone watching at home to hear loud and clear. The slip came on a play where Rodgers mishandled the snap from center but it was pretty much how their night went as a whole overall.


NFL: Russell Wilson Responds To Aaron Rodgers Jab Over God Wanting The Packers To Beat Seattle

Everyone knows Russell Wilson has a tight relationship with God and is a religious man. He had previously rubbed people the wrong way when he claimed basically that God decided the outcome of football games after the Seahawks beat the Packers in the NFC Championship last year. Aaron Rodgers was one of the players who had something to say about it at the time saying God had more important things to do than worry about football. Fast forward to this past Sunday and the Packers beat Seattle in Green Bay and of course, God came up again.


NFL: Did Aaron Rodgers Throw a Shot at Russell Wilson? ‘I think God was a Packers fan tonight’

For someone who has said that he doesn’t believe God cares much about football, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers made a comment after Sunday night’s game at Lambeau Field that could only be taken as a shot at Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.


NFL: 14-Year-Old Bears Fan Names His Brain Tumor After Hated Rival, ‘Aaron Rodgers’

The rivalry between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears is real, so is the hatred each fan feels for the other team.  So naturally when an avid Green Bay Packers fan asked young Chicago Bears fan Miguel Reyes what he wanted to name the thing he disliked most in his life, the answer was immediate.


(Video) Sports: Olivia Munn Looks Lethal As Her & Boyfriend Aaron Rodgers Work out

Aaron Rodgers might be a tough NFL quarterback but from the looks of things, he’s got nothing on his girl, Olivia Munn. The couple were spotted working out together, getting their sweat on in the gym, but the star of the clip by far is Olivia.


(Photos) NBA: Players Around The League & Even Aaron Rodgers Sound Off After Lebron Gets Injured

Should the NBA’s baseline cameramen be moved back? More than a few players think so. Following LeBron James’ scary fall in the second quarter of Game 4 on Thursday — one that sent him tumbling into a photographer, the camera cutting the crown of his head — a debate was ignited on whether photojournalists should be that close to the action in the first place.


(Video) NFL: Aaron Rodgers Wins Celebrity Jeopardy and Alex Trebek Does The Discount Double Check

Aaron Rodgers is one lucky man. Not only is he a Super Bowl winning quarterback, Won an MVP award, stars in popular commercials and, is dating the smoking hot Olivia Munn; now he can add celebrity jeopardy champion to his list of accomplishments. Not only did he win, but he also got host, Alex Trebek, to do his famed Discount Double Check Dance!


NFL: Aaron Rodgers Wins Most Valuable Player Award

For the second time, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the Most Valuable Player of the National Football League.


NFL: Ndamukong Suh Says His Feet Were Numb & Couldn’t Tell Difference Between Aaron Rodgers & Ground

Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh won his appeal of a one-game suspension for stepping on Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.  Though Suh will be able to play during the Lions playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, he still has to pay a $70,000 fine.  Suh has built up a reputation for being a dirty player but during his appeal hearing he says stepping on Rodgers was unintentional and it happened because his feet were numb.


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