Aaron Rodgers Admits Ryan Braun Has a Premature Celebration Problem

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers joined SI's Peter King on his weekly podcast this week, and the two discussed the friendship between Rodgers and Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun. On Sunday night, Rodgers performed the Brewers (and Pixars) trademark "Beast Mode" celebration in the Packers comeback win against the Atlanta Falcons.

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With Rodgers in attendance, Braun returned the favor in Monday night's 12-3 loss to the Cardinals, performing Rodgers distinctive "Title Belt" celebration after hitting a single.

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Quote Rodgers:

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He's been promising to do the belt move for a while. I probably should have given him the specifications that a single up the middle isn't really worthy of a belt, but he's still trying to figure that out.

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Baby steps, Aaron. Baby steps.

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You can listen to the complete podcast here.

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