Aaron Rodgers is back in the news and it has nothing to do with his game.

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Aaron Rodgers seems to keep finding himself in a bucket of drama this year.

First, there was drama after Jordan Love was drafted from the team. It quickly led to rumors and questions about Rodgers' return to Green Bay, which was inevitable.

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Obviously, the (likely) future first-round NFL Hall-of-Famer eventually made it to training camp. One of his first press conferences after being "back" with the team was awkward to watch but led to some great memes.

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In his first game of the season against Chicago, Rodgers was caught on camera yelling, "I still own you!" at a fan, who was heckling him after he ran in a touchdown.

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Most recently, A-a-ron Rodgers was diagnosed with COVID-19, after telling reporters he was 'immunized.'

Critics immediately called out Green Bay's all-star quarterback.

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In a recent interview, Rodgers said the "woke mob" is after him, and "the media" is doing whatever they can to find out which professional athletes are not vaccinated. He did clarify his stance on vaccines in general, though.

Rodgers said he would have told the media that he's not an 'not an anti-vax flat earther' - Daily Mail

There's a lot of his interview with Pat McAfee which you can read here.

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A Chicago hotdog joint has jumped on the "let's roast Rodgers" train with a message on their marquee.

Well played, Wieners', well played.

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