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Green Bay Packers S Charles Woodson makes regional cover of Sports Illustrated

4:37 PM, Oct. 5, 2010  |  Comments
Packers cornerback Charles Woodson's diving touchdown during Sunday's game against the Lions is on a regional cover of this week's Sports Illustrated.
Packers cornerback Charles Woodson's diving touchdown during Sunday's game against the Lions is on a regional cover of this week's Sports Illustrated.
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Green Bay Packers cornerback Charles Woodson is on the regional cover of this week's Sports Illustrated, which hits newsstands on Wednesday.

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There's a story on Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers inside. In an interview done with SI's Damon Hack before the season, Rodgers explains why he keeps going from clean-shaven to mustache to beard and back again.

"The questions (about following Brett Favre) got old, and I realized that if I could cut my facial hair into something crazy, maybe they'd ask me about that and every question wouldn't be about the guy who played before me."

It's the 33rd time the Packers have been on the cover of SI.

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