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Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rodgers Attends Milwaukee Brewers Spring Training with Ryan Braun

February 29th, 2012 at 5:26 PM
By Bryan Bromley

Ok, this one will be short, but, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is attending Milwaukee Brewers spring training to shoot some TV spots for the Brewers.

Rodgers as we know has been a big supporter of Brewers Ryan Braun.  Braun, who recently had his 50 game suspension for a positive PED test lifted because of a late sample delivery.

Rodgers was excited about the news tweeting, "tried to sully the reputation of an innocent man".

Ok, now for the reaction….. Rodgers, Braun was not innocent!  Did his blood test positive for PED's?  Yes.  Did his sealed sample arrive a day late?  Yes.  Are the rules for PED testing a joke?  Yes.

Just because he got off on a technicality, does not make him an innocent man.  He is a lucky man, and if athletes were treated with the same rules as average people, there would be a lot more people testing positive during these drug tests.

Rodgers, don't sully your good name by defending this guy.  We all know what its like wanting to stand up for a friend who made a mistake, but don't make it out to be something that its not!

Packer nation loves you Rodgers, keep your support for your "innocent" friend private.

Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Football, Green Bay, Green Bay Packers, NFL, Ryan Braun

2 Responses to “Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rodgers Attends Milwaukee Brewers Spring Training with Ryan Braun”

  1.  Stephen Rispalje says:

    I am not sure he was innocent but i am not sure if it is fair to rip into someone without knowing the full facts. Braun got off. Just deal with it. Braun deserves a friend like Rodgers. If all people were as skeptical as you than he would have no friends and would have gone crazy.
    So please don’t rip a guy if you don’t have all the facts. This is NOT a blog. Give us news.

    •  Bryan Bromley says:

      I am dealing with Braun getting off, and I’m dealing with it by expressing how disgusting the drug testing policy in MLB is. He can’t run from the fact that his blood tested positive for PHD’s.

      I had all the facts…. he tested positive, and a technicality got him off. Those were the facts, and I was just responding to them. So I will voice my opinion, based upon those facts, on my site if I feel it necessary.

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