Former Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk doesn't regret that his playing career is over. His one and only regret is the same one we all have.
Fast friends, we're sure -- former Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk and Detroit Lions fan Kid Rock. Here they are at the Kentucky Derby.
You either love A.J. Hawk or you hate A.J. Hawk. On the day of his retirement, we'll entertain the lovers and haters and discuss the A.J. Hawk legacy.
Linebacker A.J. Hawk is back for one more go-round with the Green Bay Packers. He will go down as one of the most divisive players in team history.
You'll be amazed at how the Green Bay Packers' inside linebackers stack up next to the rest of the league and even against their own history.
With two exceptions, Green Bay Packers' general manager Ted Thompson's first-round picks have fared rather poorly. Why? He drafts the wrong positions.
The writing was on the wall, but former Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk has gone ahead and made it official, saying he will formally file retirement papers.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers visited with former teammate A.J. Hawk over the bye. Who was with him? Olivia Munn. So clearly not broken up.
The legendary A.J. Hawk may get to be his legendary self on the football field once again thanks to the Atlanta Falcons. You go do it, Dirty Birds!
When he decided he wanted to be No. 50, rookie Blake Martinez made us roll our eyes. He no longer reminds us of A.J. Hawk though. Here's the new comparison.
Green Bay Packers quarterback seems to be having a little trouble dealing with media scrutiny right now. Maybe he should call an old friend for some help.
Colin Cowherd wonders if Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers deserves more criticism. Former teammate A.J. Hawk leaps to Rodgers' defense.
Green Bay Packers rookie inside linebacker Blake Martinez clearly has no awareness and is destined to fail. Why? He chose No. 50. Kill us all now.
Like the Green Bay Packers before them, the Cincinnati Bengals appear to have seen enough of A.J. Hawk. The Bengals will release Hawk, which likely ends his career.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was among a herd of celebrities to play the American Century Championship this past weekend. Here's a look.
You've seen this before, but people are obviously still quick to want to get run into by A.J. Hawk. Here's the latest fan who felt the wrath of Hawk.
Hey, look at that. These guys all play or played linebacker for the Green Bay Packers and they all wore No. 47 in college. That must mean something!
A.J. Hawk has a new lease on life. The former Green Bay Packers linebacker was signed to a two-year deal by the Cincinnati Bengals on Tuesday.
There appears to be a small market forming for former Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk and of course the Minnesota Vikings are part of it. Not even joking.
Oh, good. The Green Bay Packers are keeping the door open for the potential return of inside linebacker A.J. Hawk. We are just overjoyed by this news.