Ryan Clark left in tears when Mina Kimes agrees about Aaron Rodgers | NFL Live

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NFL Live’s Marcus Spears, Mina Kimes and Ryan Clark discuss what Sunday’s NFC Championship Game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Green Bay Packers means for Aaron Rodgers’ legacy, with Clark left in tears with Mina agrees with him.

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