Aaron Rodgers may be telling the Packers ‘you’re not gonna push me around’ – Dianna Russini | Get Up

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Aaron Rodgers may be telling the Packers ‘you’re not gonna push me around’ – Dianna Russini | Get Up

The Get Up crew discusses Aaron Rodgers’ contract with the Packers, along with Green Bay’s hope to contend for a Super Bowl next season.

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0:00 Dianna Russini discusses Aaron Rodgers’ contract situation with the Packers.

1:20 Desmond Howard says next season could be Rodgers’ last in Green Bay.

3:14 Chris Canty expects the Packers to still be a Super Bowl contender.

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