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Honest talk about Rodgers calf as Packers head to Seattle

Just a few days separate the Green Bay Packers from the NFC Championship Game in Seattle. The Packers left for the west coast Friday, but not before Aaron Rodgers gave an honest assessment of his ailing calf.

\"We'll see how it feels Sunday,\" Rodgers said. \"It's been something that I've dealt with for the past couple of weeks, it's painful, there's stiffness involved, there's constant round-the-clock treatment. So hopefully it feels good Sunday.\"

Rodgers also admitted he felt pain the entire game last Sunday when the Packers beat the Dallas Cowboys in the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs. Sunday will mark Rodgers' second NFC title game appearance, the Packers first time playing for an NFC title since January of 2011.

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