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    Aaron Rodgers Loses... Twitter Bet

    ... For a year's salary. To a fan. Over Ryan Braun. Wait... Wut?

    http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/p...nnocent-072313

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    He also lost a bet last year. If he lost to the 9ers, he'd have to wear an Alex Smith Jersey. He punk'd out.

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    Maybe he's surprised his pal got caught. The MLB lab assay worked, let's see what the NFL lab tells.

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    If I was an owner I would ban Twitter usage. Nothing good comes of it.

    The outcome does not surprise me. Aaron Rodgers has long since been outed as a bit of a b*tch. Would still trade my entire team for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    If I was an owner I would ban Twitter usage. Nothing good comes of it.

    The outcome does not surprise me. Aaron Rodgers has long since been outed as a bit of a b*tch. Would still trade my entire team for him.
    Yeah, he's a bit of a d-bag. It would be a bigger deal, but he plays in Green Bay.

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    Who ever though Rogers could make Favre look more intelligent than him. Discount double cheque!

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    Yeah, he's a bit of a d-bag. It would be a bigger deal, but he plays in Green Bay.
    That edgy...slightly dbag quality is what's lacking in Sanchez. All the greats have it.

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