Aaron Rodgers on charity to stop childhood cancer
On Dec. 12, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers sat at a table after practice and signed 100 items for kids with cancer. He stopped for a minute, looked up and said, "The reality is, these kids help me."
On Friday, tickets will go on sale for "The Third Annual Evening with Aaron Rodgers" in Milwaukee, Wisc. The evening, benefiting the MACC (Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer), will feature Rodgers along with ESPN NFL analyst Trent Dilfer and ESPN broadcaster Jeremy Schaap.
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