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Aaron Rodgers believes that Randall Cobb was injured because he was Mic’d Up last year

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Randall Cobb made one of the nastiest catches of the year last year

Everyone remembers the play that Randall Cobb was seriously injured making a ridiculous catch down the sidelines against the Cardinals.  Well his quarterback believes the only reason he was truly hurt is because of being Mic’d Up.

“Randall Cobb had a serious injury last year in a playoff game and I believe, as I think he would as well and the team, that that was caused from him being mic’d up,” Rodgers said. “Because he fell on his mic pack and he had an injury to his insides that kept him out of the game and probably would have kept him out of the rest of the playoffs. The puncture spot, or the injury spot, was directly adjacent to his mic pack.”

Rodgers is not a big fan of players wearing the Mic.  He even said he does not want nothing to do with it.

“Yeah, I think it’s too much information,” Rodgers said. “In 2008 there used to be no headset on defense, so the defense had to signal in every play and that was part of the whole Spygate issue and filming signals and what not. But now you have mics on both guards most of the time and you pick up everything that the quarterback says when we’re at home, and sometimes on the road as well, and I think that’s a competitive edge for the defense and it makes you have to work that much harder with your dummy words and your live and dead words. I mean, that’s part of the game there, but I think that the access is a little bit much.

“I think being mic’d up, when I’m mic’d up, it takes away from the authenticity of the game for me. I don’t feel comfortable mic’d up.”

What do you think? Do you think Aaron Rodgers is right, or is he exaggerating a little bit?

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