Packers QB Rodgers shares difference-making day with Milwaukee teenagers
Photo: Video by wtmj.com
Aaron Rodgers is making a difference again for youth in Wisconsin.
The web site itsaaron.com has a video of the Packers' record-breaking quarterback sharing fun experiences and making a difference with two teenagers named Antwan and Freddie from Milwaukee.
They're part of a project called "Operation Dream," a mentoring program for local youth.
They throw around a football at Miller Park in Milwaukee. (Never mind that it's a baseball stadium and not a football stadium.) Oh, and they hit a few fastballs, too.
But they also talk about the challenges these teenagers are going through, and about the need to be leaders throughout their lives.
Check out the video below:
You can pile this good work on top of all the things Rodgers has done in his tenure with the Packers, enough for him to have "Aaron Rodgers Day" declared in the state in 2012.
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