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Lack of continuity at center a 'challenge' for Rodgers

10:36 PM, May 29, 2014

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Quarterback Aaron Rodgers must adjust to his fourth different starting center in the past four years, something he admits isn't easy.

"It is a big challenge," said Rodgers. "It's tough. You'd like to play with one guy for an extended period of time."

Rodgers has previously worked with centers Scott Wells (2008-'11), Jeff Saturday (2012) and Evan Dietrich-Smith (2013). ...

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