Jerome Bettis on Aaron Rodgers wanting to leave the Packers and the Steelers’ success last season

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    Jerome Bettis on Aaron Rodgers wanting to leave the Packers and the Steelers’ success last season

    Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis joins First Take to discuss Aaron Rodgers wanting to leave the Green Bay Packers, the Pittsburgh Steelers finishing 1st in the AFC North last season, and shares what he is doing with SkillsUSA National Signing Day.

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    0:00 Jerome Bettis on Aaron Rodgers wanting out of Green Bay.

    2:00 Bettis thinks the Packers should have communicated better with Rodgers.

    4:00 Bettis weighs in on the Steelers finishing 12-4 last season.

    6:15 Bettis on partnering with SkillsUSA National Signing Day.

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