Kyle Vanden Bosch is one strange cat.
"He just lays on guys, and stays on there," Rodgers told ESPN Milwaukee this week.
"Well, look at my chin here, and you let me know," he said. "I've got a little cut right here. So no, he hit me in the chin, and it kind of went like this (dipping into his imitation of Vanden Bosch's Hulk Hoganesque voice): 'Ohhh I got you good. That one had to hurt.'
"... And I'm like, 'Youâre probably getting a penalty though.' He goes, 'No way.' ... and I was 'Yeah, you got me on the chin there, it's probably a penalty.' And he goes, 'Noooo.' And then he saw the penalty flag, and he started to go crazy."
Rodgers, telling the story in jest, linked his opponent's madcap behavior to a similar scene last season, when, after a flag was thrown, Vanden Bosch, "proceeded to yell at the white cap -- the head ref -- that it was Suh who was offsides, and not him: 'Nooo, it was Suh. Suuuhhh.'
"I mean, he's crazy," Rodgers said.