Complete training camp coverage We were reminded of Belichick's candor Friday, when Aaron Rodgers faced the media for the first time at Green Bay Packers camp. The subject of Ryan Braun and his
performance-enhancing drug use admission is nowhere near the level of what's going on with Hernandez. Still, it's clearly an unpleasant subject for the quarterback, who acknowledged he had been
misled by a close friend. "It doesn't feel great being lied to like that, and I'm disappointed about the way it all went down," Rodgers said. "He looked me in the eye on multiple occasions and
repeatedly denied these allegations and said they were not true." Rodgers continued to answer questions about Braun until a Packers media liaison stepped in and asked reporters to move on. It
wasn't something Rodgers wanted to discuss, but he knew he had to. Bill Belichick could relate. Everything else we learned on Friday is below. And we broke down all the biggest stories on the
Around the League Podcast Friday evening , coming soon on iTunes. ... Santonio Holmes is a huge question mark Forget about Week 1. Santonio Holmes told reporters he's not sure he'll play at all
this season. It's another reminder of the catastrophic nature of his foot injury, which required two surgeries to correct.
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