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Rodgers done for the game after being injured on Monday Night Football

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

The Green Bay Packers have seen others go down with injuries this season.

But it wasn’t until Monday night when the Packers suffered their worst injury of the season. In the Monday Night Football game, Aaron Rodgers was injured and had to leave after the opening drive.

Aaron Rodgers sacked on the play in question (Getty Images)

Aaron Rodgers sacked on the play in question (Getty Images)

Rodgers injured his shoulder when he was driven to the turf by Bears defensive end Shea McClellin. This was a third down sack that happened near the ten yard line.

The only good news is that this injury took place to Rogers non throwing shoulder. He was obviously in pain after the play happened, and was immediately then taken to the locker room.

He was replaced in the game by Seneca Wallace, and Rodgers was 1-of-2 for 27 yards.

If it is a serious injury, Rodgers may have to miss the Eagles game in six days. He will have to undergo further testing, before it will be determined if Rodgers will be able to play against the Eagles.


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