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Aaron Rodgers Discusses Cam Newton

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This video interview was done the week after the Carolina Panthers vs. Green Bay Packers. We already knew Rodgers was impressed after that game since he was quoted as such in the recaps, but he expounded on it a bit during a radio interview for ESPN Wisconsin later that week.

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"He's going to be a nightmare for defenses." That sent chills down my spine man, especially coming from a super bowl winning QB.

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Yep, pretty high praise coming from Rodgers. He must've known Cam was in his league as he didn't give one of his usual sarcastic remarks.

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Makes me want to respect aaron rogers more.

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Classy comments by Rodgers. Thanks for posting, OP.

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Great find!

As an fyi, with the new forum software you can just paste the youtube link and it will do it automatically for you.

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good stuff... well done OP

says a lot that someone of aaron rodger's status would go out of his way to praise cam like that.

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