Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady have no real rivalry on the football field. The two competitors became head-to-head only as beginners twice in their careers and will meet for a third time Sunday.
But it appears that the two have a rivalry on the golf course. Brady cited this while speaking to reporters on Thursday and hopes to get revenge on the Green Bay Packers star soon. Brady tells the story of Rodgers visiting him in Los Angeles and the two attending the course.
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“He beat me on the golf course, which I didn’t like. We played nine golf holes and he made a putt at the end to win, so I was a little annoyed about that,”; the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback said.
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“I always follow him. He went to Cal – right where I grew up – and I followed his story. [I] played against him in the preseason early in his career and then he became a great player. What’s not to like about his game? When you are a quarterback, I think there is always admiration for others because you value, ‘Man, this is hard work.’ When people do this at a high level every year every year, a lot is said about how they think about the game, how they take care of themselves, how the organization feels about them [and] how their teammates feel about them. He just did an incredible job.
“We had a chance to hang out – we were both in LA at the same time – and we crossed many times over the years. I always enjoyed my time around him. But still trying to get him back on the golf course.”
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The Buccaneers are trying to bounce back from a narrow loss on Thursday as the Packers are looking to remain undefeated.