Wis. Senate Approves Aaron Rodgers Day

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The state Senate has passed a resolution naming a day for Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

The resolution designates Dec. 12, 2012, as Aaron Rodgers Day.

Rodgers, who wears No. 12, led the Packers to a Super Bowl victory last year and helped them to a 15-2 record this past season. The New York Giants defeated Green Bay in the playoffs and went on to win the Super Bowl.

The Senate passed the resolution Wednesday afternoon. The state Assembly passed the resolution last month.

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  1. Bob says:

    once again, another worthless news story about the cheeseheads, do you think us Vikings fans care about Aaron Rogers Day? I think not!!

    1. common sense says:

      I totally agree, Bob! It’s gets sickening with all the coverage our local media gives the ugly sister to the east. I supposed if they had jobs in Pisconsin, we wouldn’t be littered with the ignorant trash that filters in daily.

      1. Matt says:

        Jealously is not flattering!

  2. TL says:

    You know things in WI are so boring and disinteresting over there that they feel compelled to pull “a day” out of their arse.

    Thats just sad.

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