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A regular guy: Rodgers discusses turning 30, staying confident and pressure

8:53 PM, Jun. 9, 2013
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers spins a ball on his finger during an OTA practice at Clark Hinkle Field in May. Rodgers recently say down with Press-Gazette Media sports editor Mike Vandermause to discuss his new contract, turning 30 and much more.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers spins a ball on his finger during an OTA practice at Clark Hinkle Field in May. Rodgers recently say down with Press-Gazette Media sports editor Mike Vandermause to discuss his new contract, turning 30 and much more.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers became the highest-paid player in NFL history when he signed a five-year contract extension in April that will pay him $110 million.

Rodgers won the coveted NFL MVP award in 2011 and, the previous season, led the Packers to a Super Bowl championship and was named the game's MVP.

Despite all the fame and fortune, Rodgers still considers himself in many ways a regular guy. ...

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