The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame has announced Aaron Rodgers was the team's most valuable player in 2010 and Clay Matthews was the team's rookie of the year. Both selections were slam dunks. Rodgers reached his first pro bowl while leading the Packers into the playoffs and Matthews was the team leader in sacks with 10. Both players will be recognized on July 17 when the Hall of Fame welcomes its class of 2010 inductees, Marv Fleming, Greg Koch and Mark Chmura.
Nick Rodgers was a linebacker from Georgia Tech who appeared in 10 games, mostly as a special teams player in the 2004 season in Green Bay. Early Monday morning, Rodgers was involved in a one car crash in Atlanta and died from his injuries. He was 30. Rodgers also played for the Vikings, Colts and Dolphins.