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Interviewing him before the big game in Arlington, Texas, a writer for ' Sports Day noted that there was no evidence in Ed's chiropractic office of who his son was."Just my way, I guess," Aaron's father said "I don't go strutting my stuff. I had to learn that's kind of what happens, you have to have thick skin. "The apple doesn't fall far from the tree."The paper printed a photo of Ed and Aaron sharing a hearty handshake.
People here kind of know me and what's happening." That being said, he couldn't have sounded prouder."I knew Aaron had a special gift," Ed also told before the game, "but you never think your kid is going to wind up in the Super Bowl."The elder Rodgers also told a story about a friend of his who complimented Aaron on his game. "It's amazing that they came all the way out here from California, but I don't think they were planning on coming to training camp," Benning also said.
"I can't talk about his road without really talking about our faith as a family... I try not to leave it out.""We're a very strong Christian family," Aaron agreed.
"I know they're always praying for me, so it's encouraging." He added, "If something goes wrong with football, I have a great family to fall back on.
Another report, shared by in August, claimed a family insider had alleged that Munn, whom Aaron Rodgers has been dating for over two years, was at the center of their family feud.It wasn't so much a dream as it was his plan."Luke and Aaron, 19 months apart and both whizzes at football and basketball, would compete as brothers do, but sometimes their at-home football drills, presided over by Ed, would get so heated they had to call it a night."We always played a game called Pass Pattern," Ed told Chico's Aaron wasn't recruited by UC Berkeley, or by any other Division I programs, out of high school—his dad questioned his high school's lack of proper promotion of the QB's talents and cited an unfortunate lack of scouting interest in athletes from that area of the state.But after one year at Butte College, a community college with a powerhouse football program in its division, Cal offered him a scholarship and the rest is yard-gobbling history."Christmastime at my house—holiday times—you watched bowl games," Rogers in 2004, recalling Cal's win the previous season in the Insight Bowl. It was amazing that was playing in a bowl game—something I'd always dreamed about doing.""We feel really blessed," Ed Rodgers told the paper when, ironically, his unstoppable son had become Cal football's savior.After Cal wasn't selected to go to the Rose Bowl after their 10-1 season and instead the Bears lost in the Holiday Bowl, Rodgers opted to skip his senior year and declare for the 2005 NFL Draft—where he was once again underrated and ultimately drafted 24th by the Packers.before Aaron announced his decision to turn pro. To have the money and security, how could you not want that?""He puts so much thought into everything that I have a lot of confidence in his decision," Ed Rodgers said. He's not shallow, he's definitely a deep thinker."And though Green Bay, Wis., is quite a ways from Chico, the Rodgers family seemingly remained as close as could be, at least as far as Aaron having a built-in support system went.