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ESPN published this video item, entitled “‘Why would Aaron Rodgers want to leave the Packers?!’ – Max Kellerman | First Take” – below is their description.
‘Why would Aaron Rodgers want to leave the Packers?!’ – Max Kellerman | First Take
Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman, Damien Woody debate whether Aaron Rodgers should finish his career with the Green Bay Packers.
0:00 Stephen A. Smith wants Aaron Rodgers to get out of Green Bay.
2:00 Max Kellerman says Rodgers shouldn’t leave the Packers.
3:15 Damien Woody says he could see Rodgers on the New Orleans Saints.
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