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Aaron Rodgers responds to ridiculous Packers fan's take on hard counts

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The Green Bay signal-caller has a message for the fan who thinks that trying to draw defenders offsides is "unprofessional."

NFL: NFC Divisional-Green Bay Packers at Arizona Cardinals Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is known to only use Twitter during the offseason. Starting around the beginning of training camp and going through the end of the Packers' season, Rodgers stays off social media.

But in the offseason, we get some nuggets of brilliance from the two-time MVP. On Friday afternoon, we got another one that was spurred on by a Packers fan.

You may remember from Friday's Cheese Curds that we brought you a link to a fan whose letter to the editor of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel sports section was one for the ages. It was posted to the now-legendary @JSComments twitter account and can be found below.

We all had a good laugh about that on Friday, but apparently word of this note got out to Rodgers himself. Here's what he had to say about that:

Dick Klatt is now a living legend, though not for positive reasons. If you're reading this, Mr. Klatt, please comment on this article and tell us that your letter was sarcastic. If not, well, then we'll have to defer back to Mr. Rodgers' response on the matter.