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Aaron Rodgers Visits at Brewers camp

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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been working hard on the outfield, during his visit at the Milwaukee Brewers’ camp on Wednesday 29th February.

28-year-old Aaron Rodgers is one of the most valuable players in NFL league, where he spent some time shagging balls in the outfield on a practice field and catching the only ball at the Milwaukee Brewers’ camp on Wednesday. Rodgers has played crucial role in the Green Bay Packers record of 13-0 in the last season, until losing by the Kansas City Chiefs. Quarterback also selected as the NFL’S most Valuable player for 2011 season.

Rodgers also spent some time chatting with his close friend Ryan Braun, who was the Major League Baseball left fielder for the Milwaukee Brewers and he was suspended, after his urine tested positive in October for elevated testosterone. Rodgers has played great 2011 season in his NFL career, where he had thrown for 4,643 yards, 45 touchdowns including 6 interceptions with a passer rating of 122.5 and become the best singles passer rating in the NFL history.

Braun’s suspension by baseball arbitrator Shyam Das for the first time a baseball player has profitably disputed a drug-related penalty in a accusation with Major League Baseball. 28-year-old Braun was selected as the National League MVP in 2011 season.

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