Aaron Rogers probably won't be asked to do any dairy endorsements. After a recent knee surgery, he decided to try to eat healthier and it was suggested to him to cut out dairy. How does the star player on the team from cheese country in Wisconsin cut out dairy? How will the state of Wisconsin cope with this one? Rogers is also a California kid who grew up on a dairy farm.

According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel,  Rogers is eating mostly vegan now. He has his weight down to 218, the lightest he has been since 2007.

Harrison Smith is, at least for now, the highest paid safety in the NFL. He got a new deal with the Vikings for five years that is reportedly worth $51.25 million, with a $10 million signing bonus.

Last season, he had 47 tackles and two interceptions. Over the past two seasons, he tallied eight picks.

Smith's 2012 NFL Draft classmates Jarius Wright, Rhett Ellison, Blair Walsh and Audie Cole have all been re-signed by the club.

I am sure Blair Walsh is really going to have to prove himself this year, given the way the last year ended with the missed kick.

Do you think that's too much money for a five-year deal?

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