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E:60 - AARON RODGERS EXCLUSIVE

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Uploaded on Oct 10, 2011

At the age of 28, in only his fourth season as a starter, Green Bay Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers might be the best -- and most popular -- player in the NFL. Everyone knows just how good he is, especially after leading the Packers to the Super Bowl XLV victory and earning the game's MVP award. His jersey outsells all others. All of which makes it easy to forget just how often Rodgers has been doubted, his skills questioned. Coming out of high school, no Division I team wanted him. Coming out of college, he was humiliated on draft night. In 2007, there were Packers fans who thought it was a terrible mistake to choose Rodgers over Brett Favre. Through it all, Rodgers has let his on-field performance speak for him. Until now. In an E:60 exclusive, Jeremy Schaap profiles Rodgers, who, for the first time on television, talks at length about his trials and triumphs. He discusses his complicated relationship with Brett Favre, his passion for the band he manages, and the trait that defines him: his unwavering self-confidence. For the first time, Aaron Rodgers, the man of the moment in the NFL, reveals himself.

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