Aaron Rodgers gets his own day in Wisconsin
Mark your calendar.
We’re a little more than nine months away from Aaron Rodgers Day. At least in Wisconsin.
That is because the Wisconsin state Assembly passed a unanimous resolution that has designated Dec. 12, 2012, to be Aaron Rodgers Day. The resolution has been sent to the state Senate, according to the Associated Press, where it is expected to pass.
Of course Rodgers, the reigning NFL MVP and quarterback of the Super Bowl XLV champions, wears No. 12 for the Green Bay Packers.
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