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Publisher's Summary

Learn the incredible story of Green Bay Packer Aaron Rodgers!

In Aaron Rodgers: The Inspiring Story of One of Football's Greatest Quarterbacks, you'll hear the inspirational story of football's star, Aaron Rodgers. This short, unauthorized biography of Aaron Rodgers highlights the greatest moments of his career since starting in the league as the backup to the great Brett Favre. Aaron Rodgers remains one of the most effective quarterbacks to play professional football and an inspiring leader for the Packers. In this book, we'll explore Aaron Rodgers' journey to the NFL as well as his impact on the game.

Here is a preview of what is included in this book:

  • Childhood and early life
  • High school years
  • College years at University of California-Berkeley
  • Rodger's NFL career
  • Aaron Rodgers and religion
  • Rodgers' leadership skills
  • Why nobody predicted how great Rodgers would be
  • Aaron Rodger's legacy
©2015 Clayton Geoffreys (P)2015 Clayton Geoffreys

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Couldn't get through this book...."Aaron Rodgers" was repeated too many times.. in place of just "Aaron" or "he"...I guess the writing style was not for me.