Rodgers ruled out with concussion in game against Lions

GREEN BAY, Wis. (CBS 58 / AP) -- The Green Bay Packers confirm quarterback Aaron Rodgers suffered a concussion and has been ruled out for the remained of Sunday's game against the Lions. Rodgers walked back to the locker room with 10:36 left in the second quarter to be evaluated for a concussion.

It's unclear when Rodgers may have gotten hurt, but he lost his helmet during a sack early in the first quarter. He has also been dealing with lingering left knee and groin injuries.

The game has been painful overall for the Packers, who trail the Lions 24-0 in the fourth quarter. The Lions second touchdown came after kicker Matt Prater took a direct snap after lining up for a field-goal try and finding a wide-open Levine Toilolo for an 8-yard touchdown

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