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Packers Break Young Girls Heart Print E-mail
Saturday, 10 December 2011 15:56

Girl Freaks-Out Following the Packers 45-7 Thumping of the Vikqueens

Aaron, you heartbreaker, this is all on you.

World Champion Green Bay Packers Visit the White House Print E-mail

The president is a die-hard fan of the Packers' rivals, the Chicago Bears, the team Green Bay beat in last year's NFC Championship Game to move on to the Super Bowl.

"I'm just gonna come out and say it," Obama said. "This hurts a little bit. This is a hard thing for a Bears fan to do. It doesn't hurt as much as the NFC Championship Game hurt, but it still hurts."

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2011 Season Opener Promo Print E-mail
Rodgers knew that Aguilera goofed up National Anthem Print E-mail

"No doubt about it," Rodgers said. "First of all the chick from 'Glee' [singer Lea Michele] killed the first song [God Bless America]. She should have sang the anthem too. I knew because it was the Super Bowl…I don't like standing in the front row because I don't like being or having that camera right in front of my face. I know I'm on the bazillion-foot Jumbotron, so I'm going to stand behind some people who maybe aren't the most TV recognizable names and see if I can blend in. So I kind of went and hid in the back.

"I don't know who I was standing next to, but she [Aguilera] starts singing it and in most of the stadiums they have the words up on the board, kind of up-and-above the singer, so she can tell that she screwed up," Rodgers continued. "She screwed up and I knew it and something was off. I'm looking around going, 'Does anyone else realize this?' I don't think they had because I don't think the people were listening, but I knew something was off, so I kind of tapped…I think it was Diyral Briggs(notes) next to me and said 'Hey did you hear that?"

Clay Matthews On the Ellen Degeneres Show Print E-mail
Clay Matthews appears on the Ellen Degeneres Show
Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers Print E-mail
"I've never felt like there's a monkey on my back," he said. "The organization stood by me, believed in me, and that's what I did on the podium. I thanked Ted (Thompson), Mark (Murphy, the president and CEO) and Mike for really believing in me and giving me the opportunity. I told Ted in 2005 that he wouldn't be sorry with his pick. I told them in 2008 I would repay their trust and give them this opportunity."

- Aaron Rodgers at a post-Superbowl interview.

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