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Aaron Rodgers was caught on a microphone yelling ‘I still own you!’ at Bears fans during latest dominant win

Aaron Rodgers walks off the field after a win over the Chicago Bears.

Aaron Rodgers. Quinn Harris/Getty Images

  • Aaron Rodgers owns the Chicago Bears.

  • At least, that’s what he told Bears fans after scoring the game-sealing touchdown on Sunday.

  • With a 22-5 career record against the Bears, he’s not wrong.

The Green Bay Packers may be the only publicly owned team in football, but quarterback Aaron Rodgers is diversifying his investments.

With just over four minutes left in Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears, Rodgers scrambled for a six-yard rushing touchdown to put the Packers ahead 24-14, all but sealing the win for visiting Green Bay.

As boos rained down from the Chicago crowd, Rodgers jeered in response, which was caught on camera by the broadcast.

“All my f—ing life, I own you,” Rodgers shouted as his teammates surrounded him in the end zone. “I still own you. I still own you.”

After the game, Rodgers joked about his comment.

“Sometimes you

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The good (Aaron Rodgers), the bad (Matt Nagy), and other telling moments from Week 3 in the NFL

Aaron Rodgers celebrates a touchdown against the 49ers.

Aaron Rodgers. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

Week 3 of the NFL season was filled with action.

Ravens kicker Justin Tucker was the big winner of the weekend, setting an NFL record with a game-winning 66-yard field goal to beat the Detroit Lions and further his case as the greatest kicker of all time.

Meanwhile, Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy was a big loser. Take a look below at all the winners and losers from Week 3 of the NFL season.

WINNER: Justin Tucker

Justin Tucker celebrates after breaking NFL record with a 66-yard field goal to defeat the Detroit Lions.

Justin Tucker. Scott W. Grau/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Justin Tucker is the greatest kicker alive. Against the Lions, he drilled a record-setting 66-yard field goal as time expired to send the Ravens home winners.

Tucker had been teasing his potential for a record-setting kick for years, and when his moment finally came, he was ready.

LOSER: Matt Prater

While one kicker booted their way to

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Jameis Winston Just One-Upped Aaron Rodgers

Jameis Winston on the sideline at Saints games.

Jameis Winston on the sideline at Saints games.

The New Orleans Saints and Green Bay Packers will face off in Week 1 of this year’s NFL regular season. And weeks before that kickoff, the team’s two quarterbacks are already competing.

Earlier this month, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers wowed fans with an incredible training camp throw — launching the ball deep downfield into a small net.

Today, Saints QB Jameis Winston one-upped that feat. From a similar distance, the former Pro Bowl quarterback perfectly dropped in two passes right behind a soccer goal.

Here are some clips of each training camp performance:

While Winston may have had the last laugh, he still has far more to prove than Rodgers.

The former backup to Drew Brees is currently locked in an intense QB battle with fellow signal caller Taysom Hill. And while Winston posted a slightly better preseason performance earlier this

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Winners, losers of Aaron Rodgers’ return to the Green Bay Packers

After months of rampant speculation, linguistic parsing and high-stakes drama with the potential to significantly alter the 2021 NFL season and beyond, Aaron Rodgers is right back where he’s been for the past 16 summers – in Green Bay Packers training camp.

Given what the three-time MVP means to the organization – and Pack brass had made it publicly clear Rodgers wasn’t going anywhere – this always easily seemed like the most likely outcome. Yet the club’s “complicated fella” also rattled his bosses’ cages – along with an entire fan base – while expressing his desire for some environmental alterations.

While careful to say “I’m not a victim here” Wednesday, Rodgers indicated that his situation, financial and otherwise, has not changed significantly. This is to be his second season playing under a four-year, $134 million extension which has no guarantees in 2022 or ’23. He wants to be used as

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