BY ROB REISCHEL
Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers didn’t see eye-to-eye on many things when the two great quarterbacks were teammates from 2005-’07.
But the two Hall of Famers who have largely shaped Green Bay’s football fortunes since 1992 had one thing in common: they largely ignored rookie wide receivers.
In the 26 years that Favre and Rodgers have quarterbacked the Packers, most rookie receivers went unnoticed, disregarded and overlooked.
In that time, James Jones ranks first in receptions (47) and receiving yards (676) among rookies during his stellar 2007 season. Greg Jennings (...
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