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Aaron Rogers becomes country singer

Thursday, January 21, 2010 – Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rogers apparently has more things on his mind than Julius Peppers and Brian Urlacher of the Chicago Bears, their opponent in Sunday's NFC championship game.

Rogers showed his singing talents Thursday as Brad Paisley opened his H2O Frozen Over Tour in Green Bay, Wisc. Thursday. Rogers joined Paisley for a duet on Still A Guy.

The Paisley tour continues tonight in Ft. Wayne, Ind. and tomorrow in Evansville, Ind. before heading to Canada next week for five shows.


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