• After omitting Colin Kaepernick from photo gallery, 49ers apologize

    4 days ago - By Yardbarker

    Looking ahead to their Monday night matchup against the Green Bay Packers, the San Francisco 49ers published a photo gallery of their greatest moments against the Packers. Only, there was a glaring omission, as Colin Kaepernick was nowhere to be found. The gallery was billed by the team as the “top moments between the 49ers and Packers since 1950.” As any 49ers fan would know, one of the most incredible moments in the team's long history against Green Bay was engineered by Kaepernick, who beat the Packers in the playoffs twice. His 2012 performance against Green Bay was the greatest...
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  • San Francisco 49ers regret leaving Colin Kaepernick out of photo tribute to Packers rivalry

    San Francisco 49ers regret leaving Colin Kaepernick out of photo tribute to Packers rivalry

    4 days ago - By USA Today

    The San Francisco 49ers regret leaving former quarterback Colin Kaepernick out of photo tribute commemorating its rivalry with the Green Bay Packers.
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  • Rodgers dealing with 'setback' to knee

    Rodgers dealing with 'setback' to knee

    4 days ago - By UPI

    Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers missed practice Thursday because of a setback with his ailing left knee.
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  • For one week, Aaron Rodgers - not Mike McCarthy - was to blame for the Packers' offensive woes

    For one week, Aaron Rodgers - not Mike McCarthy - was to blame for the Packers' offensive woes

    4 days ago - By USA Today

    Rodgers' greatest strength turned into a weakness in the loss to the Lions.
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  • Have the Green Bay Packers wasted Aaron Rodgers' best years?

    4 days ago - By The Guardian

    The Packers are blessed with a once-in-a-lifetime talent at the most critical position in sports. Their returns have been unimpressive The Green Bay Packers have frittered away Aaron Rodgers' prime. Sat at 2-2-1, second in the NFC North, Rodgers is facing the prospect of another season in which he shoulders the burden of an entire organization. Rodgers will turn 35 this season, and is arguably the most talented quarterback of all time. And yet, he has been to fewer Super Bowls than the likes of Eli Manning and Kurt Warner, talented enough players but well below Rodgers in the pecking...
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