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Aaron Rodgers explains benefits for developing a quarterback on the bench

Leave it to the intrepid Bears media corps to wisely use its teleconference Tuesday with Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Surprise, surprise - the main line of questioning centered on his experience developing behind Brett Favre when he first entered the league in 2005.

And, yes, Rodgers is familiar with Mitch Trubisky's situation and the parallels to his early growth.

After nearly five minutes on the subject, the questions kept coming.

Rodgers paused.

"You guys are really hitting this home, aren't you?" he

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