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    Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers will play their first overseas regular season game against the New York Giants at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on October 9. The week before, the New Orleans Saints will nominally host the Minnesota Vikings in north London, with the Jacksonville Jaguars - competing in their ninth game in London, and eighth at Wembley – against the Denver Broncos on October 30. German fans are in for a treat too. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will play the Seattle Seahawks at Bayern Munich's Allianz Arena on November 13. NFL will return to London this October, with Tottenham Hotspur Stadium hosting two games Green Bay Packers - led by Aaron Rodgers (R) will make their London debut against the Giants RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Scottish player David Ojabo is picked by the Baltimore... Joe Burrow has taken the Cincinnati Bengals from also-rans... The mad scramble to Paris begins! Eurostar SELL OUT of... Paulo Dybala 'has chosen to join Inter Milan when his... Share...
    Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes — tying Brett Favre on the Green Bay Packers career list — and the Packers became the first team this season to clinch a division title, wrapping up the NFC North with a 31-30 win over the host Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens missed another big 2-point conversion in the final minute. With Lamar Jackson out with a sprained ankle, Tyler Huntley nearly led the Ravens (8-6) all the way back from a 31-17 deficit. His 8-yard touchdown run with 42 seconds left pulled the Ravens within one, but Huntley’s 2-point conversion pass was incomplete. It was the third consecutive loss for the Ravens, who also fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers two weekends ago on a missed 2-point conversion in the final seconds. The Ravens fell into a first-place tie in the AFC North with the Cincinnati Bengals. Ravaged this season by injuries — especially in the secondary — the Ravens faced a difficult task trying to stop Rodgers and the Packers receivers. The Ravens mounted enough time-consuming drives of their...
    President Biden aimed a dig at coronavirus vaccine skeptic Aarons Rodgers while touring tornado damage in Kentucky today, telling local Packers fans that the quarterback should 'go get vaccinated.' While turning his back to the cameras, Biden was wrapping up a conversation with two women, patting one of them, who was wearing Green Bay Packers gear on the back and telling her: 'Tell your quarterback he's got to get the vaccine.'  CBS News reporter Ed O'Keefe tweeted the moment and said Biden, who's is an avid Packers fan, made the quip while wrapping up the conversation, much to the amuse of the two women. The president's personal plea to his favorite team's star quarterback comes a month after Rodgers admitted he had not been vaccinated against COVID-19, despite telling reporters in August that he was 'immunized'. The 38-year-old athlete tested positive for COVID in early November, at which time it became known he was not vaccinated. He missed the following against the Kansas City Chiefs, which the Packers lost 13-7 with Jordan Love filling in as quarterback.  Rodgers was heavily...
    Perhaps, simply for the sake of amusement, you convinced yourself there was life left in these Chicago Bears. Maybe you watched the first half of Sunday night’s showcase game against the Green Bay Packers and believed an enjoyable upset could be in the cards. The Bears, after all, went to halftime at Lambeau Field with a 27-21 lead and a notable adrenaline rush after their highest-scoring quarter this season. Jakeem Grant scored on a 46-yard pass from Justin Fields, a glorified handoff which Grant grabbed in the backfield, then shot out of a cannon as he turned the corner along the Bears sideline. Damiere Byrd also showed off his speed a little while later on a 54-yard touchdown, snagging a pass from Fields over the middle before racking up 49 yards after the catch. Then Grant struck again with the longest punt return in team history — 97 yards, from near the goal line in the north end zone all the way to paydirt on the opposite end of the stadium. With plenty of panache and...
    Aaron Rodgers withstood pain from a toe injury, threw two touchdown passes and also ran for a score in the Green Bay Packers’ 36-28 victory over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday at Lambeau Field. The Rams outscored the Packers 11-0 in the fourth quarter, but their comeback attempt ended when Adrian Amos recovered an onside kick with 17 seconds left. Rodgers went 28 of 45 for 307 yards as the Packers bounced back from a 34-31 loss at Minnesota. The reigning MVP threw touchdown passes of 7 yards to Randall Cobb and 5 yards to A.J. Dillon. The Packers (9-3) never have lost consecutive games within the same season during Matt LaFleur’s three-year coaching tenure. Rodgers, who didn’t practice all week, said he has a fractured pinky toe. The injury caused him to practice just once in the week leading up to his 385-yard, four-touchdown performance at Minnesota. The Rams (7-4) dropped their third straight game and continually made mistakes to create scoring opportunities for the Packers, who scored 16 points off three Rams...
    Matthew Stafford passed for 334 yards and three touchdowns against his former team, and Jalen Ramsey made an end zone interception with five minutes left in the Los Angeles Rams’ 28-19 victory over Jared Goff and the winless Detroit Lions on Sunday in Inglewood, Calif. Goff passed for 268 yards and nearly led the Lions (0-7) to an upset win in his first meeting with the Rams (6-1), who traded him for Stafford in a blockbuster deal last winter. The Rams led 25-19 when Goff drove the Lions to the Los Angeles 12 in the waning minutes while converting four third downs on an excellent drive. But Ramsey came up with his latest game-changing play on his 27th birthday when he picked off an errant throw by Goff, who was being hit by the Rams’ other 2020 All-Pro, Aaron Donald. Cooper Kupp had 10 catches for 156 yards and two touchdowns for the Rams, including the go-ahead score with 13:59 to play. Van Jefferson also caught a scoring pass from Stafford, who has 19 touchdown throws in...
    (CNN)Aaron Jones of the Green Bay Packers received a heartwarming gesture from his team after losing a pendant containing his father's ashes during a game. After the black pendant was found, Red Batty, the team's equipment manager, built a small pocket onto Jones' jersey, perfectly measured to securely hold the pendant, the Green Bay Packers said on Twitter Sunday."I can just drop it in there and I don't have to worry about it falling out, so I can play with it," Jones said during a press conference Friday, confirming he wore the jersey with the pendent during the Packers' last game against the San Francisco 49ers on September 26. #Packers equipment manager Red Batty built a pocket in @Showtyme_33's jersey to hold the pendent containing his father's ashes. ???? pic.twitter.com/kVQaLE1QJ3— Green Bay Packers (@packers) October 3, 2021 Jones' father, Alvin Jones Sr., passed away in April from Covid-19 complications, KTSM producer Andra Litton confirmed on Twitter.The Packers' running back initially wore the football-shaped pendant on a chain, but lost it in the end zone during one of his touchdowns in...
    NFL quarterback Jameis Winston is known for providing some quirky moments, especially with his strange training videos that were mocked during the offseason. There was nothing to mock with the way Winston played Sunday in leading his New Orleans Saints to victory over the Green Bay Packers, but it was what the quarterback said after the game that had football fans laughing. Following the Saints 38-3 trouncing of Green Bay, Winston was asked about the impact his team’s defense and running game had on the outcome. Winston noted how prepared the team was and sounded ready to add an inspirational quote from his trainer. But as the quarterback tried to recall the mantra, he scrambled back to the “be prepared,” line after hilariously forgetting the quote. I’m losing my mind pic.twitter.com/lZ00D6nvNz — Will Stout (@WillTStout) September 13, 2021 “I just think we were prepared. The one thing my trainer told me, he said — what did he say?” Winston asked as he looked to the sky with bewilderment. “He just told us to be prepared.” It’s safe to...
    Aaron Rodgers had a great reaction to a comment during a press conference. ESPN’s Rob Demovsky was speaking about Rodgers praise of tight end Bronson Kaufusi when he said, “I can’t wait to see what Kaufusi does in Buffalo this year.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The line is a shot at the Packers for letting Jake Kumerow go right after Rodgers praised him in 2020. Kumerow ended up landing with the Bills. Naturally, Rodgers had an outstanding reaction as he tried not to laugh. Aaron Rodgers recently told @peter_king he loves TE6 Bronson Kaufusi. When Rodgers praised Jake Kumerow last year, the Packers cut him and he’s now on the [email protected]: “I can’t wait to see what Kaufusi does in Buffalo this year.” Rodgers’ reaction: pic.twitter.com/rR00YUVBjz — Matt Schneidman (@mattschneidman) August 18, 2021 Honestly, that’s the most entertaining that I’ve seen Rodgers in a long time. Ever since he agreed to return to the Packers, you can tell he’s way more authentic. He doesn’t care about protecting feelings anymore. He’s a...
    The Green Bay Packers jumped the gun drafting Jordan Love in the first round. After an MVP season from Aaron Rodgers, they should cash in while they can. Let’s be real, Jordan Love isn’t the answer for the Green Bay Packers. Teams are reportedly lining up to inquire about trading for the wide receiver. The Falcons face cap pressure that could make that deal happen. It’s not particularly likely, but nothing would show more commitment to Rodgers than dealing his backup for an All-Pro wide receiver. Or any help in the passing game, for that matter. If the Packers really are all-in on winning a title in 2021, then Love does them more good as a trade asset than a backup. Next: Packers Fans Want Specific Prospect In Draft
    Jim McMahon is never one to mince words, and he has taken an opportunity to rip the Chicago Bears. Over 30 years since he last took a snap for them, Jim McMahon stands as one of the best quarterbacks in Chicago Bears history. Not that the bar is all that high. The tentpole for that status is a Super Bowl ring when he was carried by the best defense of all time and Walter Payton as the Bears won Super Bowl 20 over the New England Patriots. McMahon, the fifth overall pick out of BYU in 1982, played for five more teams in his NFL career after seven seasons with the Bears. He won a second Super Bowl ring with the Green Bay Packers in 1996, as a backup to Brett Favre. That wound up being his final NFL season. During an appearance with 1252 Sports Chicago on Wednesday, McMahon praised the Packers as the best organization he played for, while he dissed the Bears, saying Chicago is where quarterbacks go to die. Jim McMahon tells the blunt truth about...
    Biden pushes for coronavirus testing reset with $50B plan Lawmakers in both parties lobby White House for a more targeted relief bill Max Kellerman had the perfect tweet about Tom Brady while making fun of himself Tom Brady is heading to his 10th Super Bowl after beating the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Sunday and in doing so he’s continuing to quiet critics who have doubted him over the years and during this season. © Provided by For The Win One of those critics has been ESPN’s Max Kellerman, who in 2016 said of Brady: “Tom Brady’s just about done. It could be his next game, it could be a year from now, but he is going to fall off a cliff. Tom Brady is going to be a bum in short order.” Well, since then Brady has won two Super Bowls with the Patriots, has been the NFL MVP, and is now the first QB to ever lead his team to a home Super Bowl game. After Sunday’s win Kellerman, who had previously admitted he was wrong,...
    Matt LaFleur’s Green Bay Packers started their Divisional Round Playoff against Los Angeles Rams as favorites. They secured the top seed in the NFC after ending the regular season with a 13-3 record. They were crowned NFC North champions yet again, with quarterback Aaron Rodgers in top form. Jan 16, 2021; Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) throws a pass during the first half of a NFC Divisional Round playoff game against the Los Angeles Rams at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports The Packers started on an offensive note in front of home fans at Lambeau Field today. But they were given a tough time on the opening drive by the Rams defense featuring All-Pro DT Aaron Donald. However, it was Rodgers who helped the Packers to the first touchdown of the game with a smart pass to none other than his trusted wideout, Davante Adams. ALSO READ- Lamar Jackson, Josh Allen Setting the Standard for Rushing Quarterbacks in the NFL Aaron Rodgers edges past Peyton Manning for new NFL milestone After...
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