Why Ryan Clark isn’t scared of Aaron Rodgers & the Packers | Get Up

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Why Ryan Clark isn’t scared of Aaron Rodgers & the Packers | Get Up

The Get Up crew discusses Aaron Rodgers comparing this season to his 2010 Super Bowl win with the Green Bay Packers.

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