BY ROB REISCHEL
Toothpaste and orange juice.
Bleach and ammonia.
Sandals and socks.
Some things simply don’t go together.
You can add Aaron Rodgers and rookie receivers to the list.
Since Rodgers became Green Bay’s starting quarterback in 2008, only twice has a rookie receiver finished among the Packers’ top four in receptions.
Davante Adams finished fourth on the team with 38 catches in 2014. Adams was also third in receiving yards that year (446) and fourth in receiving touchdowns (four).
Jordy Nelson was also fourth in receptions with 33 in 2008. Nelson ranked third...
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