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Green Bay's two-time MVP says he saw a UFO over a decade ago.

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Let's jump right in: Do you believe in aliens? If so, then you might be Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who claims to have seen a UFO in 2005 with Cal teammate Steve Levy and one of his brothers.

The truth is out there.

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"It was a large orange, left-to-right-moving object. Because of the overcast nature of the night and the snow, you couldn't make out—it was kind of behind the clouds we were seeing, but it was definitively large, moving from left to right. It was me, Steve [Levy], and his brother that saw it. And it goes out of sight and we look at each other and go 'What in the [redacted] was that?'"

Good question.

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Jason B. Hirschhorn is a member of the Pro Football Writers of America and covers the NFL for Sports on Earth and SB Nation. He also serves as the senior writer and editor for Acme Packing Company, a Green Bay Packers blog.