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25 Days 'Til Camp: Rodgers Plays Keepaway

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Every day until the start of camp on July 26, we'll provide one juicy nugget to whet your appetite for the return of football. We'd give you more but the CBA forbids two-a-days. Sorry. Even after a subpar season — by his standards — Aaron Rodgers throws fewer interceptions than any quarterback in the league.

For most quarterbacks, an interception rate of 2.07 percent would be considered excellent. For Aaron Rodgers, that would be below average. In essentially a half-season, Rodgers tossed six interceptions in 290 attempts. That was good for 12th in the league. For his career, however, Rodgers is the undisputed champion in that statistic. His career rate of 1.76 percent is the best in league history... Recommended Stories

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