Even NFL stars love a good powerwalk.
The Packers' Aaron Rodgers took the field Sunday against the Panthers for the first time since Week 6 and threw a touchdown pass at the end of the first quarter.
Naturally, a good celebration was in order, so cue a powerwealk race in the endzone.
Rodgers threw the 13-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams, and then the race began
Rodgers broke his collarbonewhen he was hit by Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr while trying to throw a pass. He had surgery on Oct. 19 and was placed on injured reserve by Green Bay. The two-time MVP returned to practice Dec. 2, six weeks after the surgery.
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