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McAdoo brings fresh perspective to QB position

Former tight ends coach knows he has something to prove

8:41 PM, May 22, 2012

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Aaron Rodgers didn't get the experienced quarterback coach he thought might benefit him at this point in his career, but he may have gained some things in exchange.

The reigning NFL MVP got perhaps an even greater say in the quarterback meeting room, plus his old coach hasn't been far away.

With new Green Bay Packers quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo, the team's tight ends coach from 2006-11, Rodgers already has developed an open line of communication that could be beneficial during key phases such as game planning and play calling. With his old position coach Tom Clements, who was promoted to ...

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