Blurbs by RotoScientist

Aaron Rodgers Catches Teammates with HS Yearbook

“Look, I mean we have a lot of young guys this year,” Rodgers told reporters on Friday. “And while that’s been fantastic for the offense, very few of them have seen Gladiator. And don’t even get me started on Can’t Hardly Wait.”

Rodgers is still the unquestioned leader of this team, but we’re a bit concerned with the carelessness he showed by leaving a yearbook laying around that was chockablock full of galling outfit choices and head scratching movie quotes. One can only hope he takes more care when throwing the football this season.

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“Look, I mean we have a lot of young guys this year,” Rodgers told reporters on Friday. “And while that’s been fantastic for the offense, very few of them have seen Gladiator. And don’t even get me started on Can’t Hardly Wait.”

Rodgers is still the unquestioned leader of this team, but we’re a bit concerned with the carelessness he showed by leaving a yearbook laying around that was chockablock full of galling outfit choices and head scratching movie quotes. One can only hope he takes more care when throwing the football this season.

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Tarik Cohen Worked on Height this Off-Season

“Yea, you know it’s always been a knock on me, that I’m, 5’6″, 5”7″ or whatever, ” Cohen told reporters. “And honestly it’s like, so what if I’m 5’8″. My production speaks for itself. But at the same time, I’m working to get better. So it’s been the little things. Wearing lifts to get used to the new height. Drinking my milk and eating my veggies so I can grow up tall. Whatever it takes. We’ll see. Even if I stay 5’10” ya’ll know I’m gonna ball out.”

If Cohen can indeed add height, there’s no telling the kind of rushing workload he can handle. There is some risk here however as reports out of Bears camp is that he’s lactose intolerant and allergic to broccoli.

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“Yea, you know it’s always been a knock on me, that I’m, 5’6″, 5”7″ or whatever, ” Cohen told reporters. “And honestly it’s like, so what if I’m 5’8″. My production speaks for itself. But at the same time, I’m working to get better. So it’s been the little things. Wearing lifts to get used to the new height. Drinking my milk and eating my veggies so I can grow up tall. Whatever it takes. We’ll see. Even if I stay 5’10” ya’ll know I’m gonna ball out.”

If Cohen can indeed add height, there’s no telling the kind of rushing workload he can handle. There is some risk here however as reports out of Bears camp is that he’s lactose intolerant and allergic to broccoli.

Source: RotoScientist on Twitter