The Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers will meet in the 2011 Super Bowl and one of the biggest story lines will be QB Aaron Rodgers. With the media attention and excitement surrounding the Super Bowl rising each year, Rodgers will be subjected to a level of media attention perhaps no Super Bowl quarterback has ever seen.
Rodgers joined KHTK in Sacramento this week and said he talked to a few guys who have been here before for advice.
"I reached out to Steve Young and Kurt Warner for advice and they pretty much said the same thing, the most important thing is this game and just to manage your time to be prepared to play the biggest game of your life."
The part about managing your time is important because there's a lot more going on this week than any other normal week. For example, both the Packers and Steelers will be paraded around on Tuesday as part of the annual Media Day before the Super Bowl.
"They said, ‘Enjoy it.' That's one thing I'm really looking forward to is media day down there. It's something that I watch as a fan and, as a fellow player, it's something I've always wanted to be a part of. ... I know it's going to be a crazy day, but it's something I've been looking forward to."