Bears Hall Of Famer Dick Butkus Mocks Aaron Rodgers For His Thankful Instagram Message

Bears Hall Of Famer Dick Butkus Mocks Aaron Rodgers For His Thankful Instagram Message

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  • Dick Butkus once again took aim at his favorite target on Twitter, Aaron Rodgers.
  • This time, the Hall of Fame linebacker made fun of the QB for his thankful Instagram post.
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Chicago Bears Hall of Fame linebacker Dick Butkus can’t stop, won’t stop trolling Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Butkus was recently verified on Twitter and ever since has been on quite a roll, tweeting up a storm and putting everyone he has an issue with in his sights.

Aaron Rodgers, however, is by far the NFL legend’s favorite victim.

Butkus, who really started going hard at Rodgers after he told Bears fans that he owns them after a win at Soldier Field in October, has even gone after the quarterback for his mysterious relationship with actress Shailene Woodley.

Related: Internet Sleuth Uncovers More Evidence Aaron Rodgers And Shailene Woodley Are Still Together

When reports began to spread that Rodgers and Woodley, who had been engaged to be married, had broken up, it was Butkus who had fans breaking up with his reaction to the news.

So there was no way Dick Butkus was going to let Aaron Rodgers post a cryptic message on Instagram thanking a bunch of people in his life on Monday night without commenting.

Dick Butkus loves to poke fun at Aaron Rodgers on Twitter

In his post, Rodgers thanked everyone from Shailene Woodley to his teammates – specifically all of the quarterbacks on the Packers to his “Friday Crew” of Randall Cobb and his wife Aiyda, tackle David Bakhtiari and some interior designer.

Related: Packers Lineman David Bakhtiari Had The Perfect Response To Aaron Rodgers’ Cryptic Message

The one person Aaron Rodgers left off his list, of course, was Dick Butkus, which did not go unnoticed by the veteran of the gridiron.

Once again, Dick Butkus, of all people, is winning Twitter.

Nope. It’s still 2022, Mr. Butkus.