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DP: Aaron Rodgers isn't afraid to give an opinion. Is he ever afraid to give an opinion to you guys? Does he ever criticize you?
RG: I don't think he is. Part of being a leader is you've got to know when to criticize [and how to be] constructive. We hold each other to a high standard, and when someone is not getting it done, we have to step in. And he's done that before with a lot of people.
DP: Can you lobby for the ball in the huddle?
DP: O.K., I'm Aaron Rodgers in the huddle. How do you let me know you want the ball?
RG: There's a little trick for all running backs. After you break the huddle, you always let him know what route you're running. You know why you do that? Because that's the last thing he is thinking about.
DP: But couldn't Donald Driver do the same thing?
RG: But he's already in his position, he's already lined up. I'm right next to the quarterback. It helps.
DP: How often does Brett Favre come up in conversation?