Has Aaron Rodgers Replaced Erin Andrews with Jessica Szohr?

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So much for the afterglow of the rumored Aaron Rodgers-Erin Andrews affair.
EA may have tweeted "Go Pack Go" yesterday when the Green Bay Packers
clinched a playoff berth, but it was for reasons other than here
possible being involved with the team's QB.

Actress Jessica Szohr, famous for her role on "Gossip Girl"  is quite possibly the new main squeeze of the leader of the Packers.

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According to The Jersey Chaser:

Szohr is also newly single, her two-year relationship with Gossip Girl costar Ed Westwick
ended in August. Westwick reportedly called it quicks because of
Szohr's wandering eye... Careful Rodgers, sounds like this one is
trouble!

I'm glad TJC is there to keep up this stuff, because "it's not my bag, baby" to put it lightly. But in today's media landscape, it's stuff that I have to know.

Paul M. Banks is CEO of The Sports Bank.net , a Midwest webzine. He's also a regular contributor to the Tribune's Chicago Now network, Walter Football.com, Yardbarker Network, and Fox Sports.com

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