Aaron Rodgers' radio show comes to an end

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The show that gave us R-E-L-A-X and provided listeners with regular updates on Aaron Rodgers' broken collarbone is no more.

ESPN 540 in Milwaukee announced Tuesday that the Green Bay Packers quarterback's weekly radio show, "Tuesday's with Aaron," will not return for a fifth season this year.

"We are disappointed, but proud of the association with Aaron Rodgers and excited to work with him in different ways moving forward," station owner Craig Karmazin said. "Our contract called for a maximum of 10 minutes, but Aaron always over delivered in every aspect of the partnership."

It was on the show last year that Rodgers delivered the his famous five-letter answer to fans who were worried about the Packers' 1-2 start. In 2013, it was often the source of news on whether Rodgers would return from his collarbone injury.