The reigning MVP left Thursday night's game with an injury to his non-throwing arm. One of the Green Bay Packers' worst nightmares may have been realized on Thursday. During the second half of the team's Thanksgiving showdown with the Chicago Bears, Aaron Rodgers took a hit to his left arm after recovering a bad snap, leaving the field in obvious pain. The injury couldn't have come at a more inopportune time. The Packers had driven deep into Chicago territory, and the play turned a field goal attempt into a punt. Rodgers immediately met with the team's medical staff while backup quarterback...
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