It’s about ‘RESPECT’ … when Aaron Rodgers came to the Packers Brian Gutekunst was a scout 👀

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On this episode of #TheRightTime Domonique Foxworth joins Bomani Jones for another installment of ‘Foxworth Friday’. The guys react to Aaron Rodgers press conference and the recent Randall Cobb trade, plus who should the New Orleans Saints start at quarterback and why Bomani and Foxworth no longer play Madden!

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