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Aaron Rodgers vents Manziel pro day analysts frustration

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Johnny Manziel's pro day took place today ahead what he hopes will be a first round NFL Draft selection in May. 

The whole Manziel pro day experience was slightly bizarre with the helmets and the white socks, but the one thing that seemed to really annoy Aaron Rodgers was the analysts covering the event on television. 

Unlike the expectant crowds of exciting personnel surrounding Manziel today, the Green Bay Packers quarterback Rodgers was simply watching the event at home with the rest of us mere mortals. 

During the day, which was full of crazy suggestions of greatness, there were plenty of former players voicing their opinions on Manziel, many of whom never played the QB position themselves in the NFL. 

It seems it was this that annoyed Rodgers the most as he suggested that their opinions are not even worth listening to.

"2 of the 3 guys commenting on this workout right now have opinions that shouldn’t be taken very seriously," Rodgers postedThursday.

The Packers QB was most likely watching NFL Network, with his two out of three suggestion most likely to be referring to the two analysts that weren't former QB legend Kurt Warner. 

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