Should Aaron Rodgers’ dedication to football be questioned? First Take debates

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    Should Aaron Rodgers’ dedication to football be questioned? First Take debates

    Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman react to Ryan Clark’s comments that questioned Aaron Rodgers’ dedication to football.

    0:00 Max Kellerman explains his expectations for how long Aaron Rodgers will play.

    1:21 Stephen A. Smith doesn’t question Rodgers’ love for the game.

    4:07 Stephen A. and Max discuss Rodgers’ interests outside of football.

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