Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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No estimate on return for Rodgers
Packers team says it is collarbone injury
by Michele McCormack


GREEN BAY -- Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers spoke with ESPN Wisconsin radio about the collarbone injury he sustained in the game against the Chicago Bears.

Aaron Rodgers said contrary to reports saying he may be out for three weeks, the severity of the his collarbone fracture won't be known until more tests are completed.

The injury Rodgers sustained during the first offensive series for the Packers won't require surgery. He says this injury is especially frustrating, because there's no rehab to speed up the healing.

The last time Rodgers missed a game was in December of 2010 because of a concussion.

Rodgers says the response he received from fans when he returned to the sideline last night was the top five experiences of his life.  He admitted to getting chocked up on the radio while telling the story.

 Coach Mike McCarthy said in a Tuesday afternoon press conference that he felt better about things after talking with Aaron but that, "we don't have a time table for his return. We have to prepare Seneca Wallace as a starter."