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The Packers are dressing as cowboys again, only this time around it is the rookie offensive linemen

The Green Bay Packers have plenty of traditions. Theres the hallowed frozen tundra of Lambeau Field and iconic juxtaposition of an NFL monolith rising from the small-town feel of Door County. Theres the swapping of bicycles that precariously perches 250-pound men atop two wheels and strained frames each year at training camp.

And today, in the Aaron Rodgers era, we’ve the advent of the Western wear Packers. Within an apparent homage to 2018, Rodgers rookie offensive linemen arrived to the higher Green Bay Chamber of Commerces annual Welcome Back Luncheon looking like they just stepped off the ranch rather than practice field (boots, sadly, excluded).

First rodeo for the rookie O-linemen! #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/l5adIUDx3m

Green Bay Packers (@packers) August 24, 2022

Rodgers wasnt shy about their own throwback look. He wore a denim-on-denim Canadian tuxedo and bolo tie that harkened back again to the looks he taken to Lambeau in 2016 and 2018.

The MVP looking dapper in denim @AaronRodgers12 at the Welcome Back #Packers Luncheon! #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/uR57b7ao8g

Green Bay Packers (@packers) August 24, 2022

Sadly, all of those other roster didn’t follow his lead. Aaron Jones donned a straightforward polo shirt to simply accept his Community Service Award at the function. David Bahktiari, fresh off his go back to the field, looked disappointingly normal.

Welcome Bak #Packers Luncheon @DavidBakhtiari | #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/Ix3R2Ol9Uj

Green Bay Packers (@packers) August 24, 2022

Dressing for the Luncheon is another Rodgers quirk, but yet another relatable than ingesting hallucinogenics or purifying his body with a 12-day cleanse targeted at basically clearing everything however the bones, organs, and blood from his system. His first-year linemen dont seem especially thrilled about any of it, though.

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