Aaron Rodgers wants to make a difference in the world, so he's putting his fame to work to bring awareness to Raise Hope For Congo.
Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers is the top offensive player and Wisconsin native J.J. Watt is the top defensive player in ESPN.com's #NFLRank project -- a pretty good showing for the Badger State.
Invented in 1987, the Cheesehead is making quite a fashion statement for Packers fans at Super Bowl XLV.
Aaron Rodgers isn't the first player to embark in the steps of a QB legend. Greg Garber has the stories of four others.
This season Brett Favre learned to relax and trust his teammates, particularly a receiving corps that excels with gaining yards after the catch. That's one of the reasons behind the team's resurgence.
At 1-6, the Packers are struggling. But Brett Favre is focused on winning, not how his career in Green Bay might end.
Brett Favre is as fiercely competetive as ever, but the Packers have gone into rebuilding mode and simply aren't.
As Brett Favre approaches his 200th consecutive start, he's had to deal with a lot more than football.
Indy's Tony Dungy is just one of the marquee coaches or players squaring off against his old club in Week 5.