No one carries a franchise like Aaron Rodgers
IT'S JUST A few feet of brick-and-mortar walkway, but it might be the toughest obstacle any franchise quarterback has ever faced. As part of a 2003 renovation of Lambeau Field, three slabs of concrete from the old players' entrance were relocated to a new tunnel on the south side of the stadium. Framed by antique bricks and marked by a shiny black marble plaque on the wall, they are the last steps the Packers take before entering the field. The engraving reads: Proud generations ...
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