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NFLPretty Much Screwed

Aaron Rodgers Is Out: May Be Fractured Collarbone, Says One Report. Which Means The Packers Are Pretty Much Screwed


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That squeaking sound you heard during MNF was the air leaking out of the Packers’ season. Aaron Rodgers walked to the locker room with an apparent shoulder injury in the first quarter of the tilt with the Bears: it happened on a sack by Bears defensive end Shea McClellin, and the injury which the Bears Radio Network sideline reporter said was a fractured collarbone (see below). Rodgers left the game and will not return, but it should be noted that when he returned to the sideline in sweat clothes, he was waving to the crowd with his right (throwing) arm.

Here’s Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel disagreeing with me that the Packers are doomed.

And … the Bears just scored and lead 24-20 at the end of the third quarter. And Gruden is now talking about catch radius. Serenity Now.

Anyway, there’s always this …

Or … this? NOOO.

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  • kevin

    Obviously the “sports grid” would have this major injury news before any of the reputabke sources….calling shananigans on this story.

  • Frank

    Broken collarbone without a sling on the sidelines? Get serious.

  • mitch

    Its a bears reporter…. And correct. Go look at chuck wood in Superbowl… That’s a broken collarbone.. My guess, dislocated, stinger precautionary, labrum?? No ice= better sign than no sling and ice

  • Rick Chandler

    Rodgers confirms he has broken collarbone. “Kevin” releases statement confirming SportsGrid as a “reputabke” source. http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/9929515/aaron-rodgers-green-bay-packers-miss-three-weeks


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