2:44 AM EST, Mon December 22, 2014
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 3 hours ago
Aaron Rodgers, already battling the flu, suffered a pulled calf muscle Sunday but wasn’t going to sit on the sideline. Now, with a showdown with the Lions looming, Packer Nation will await the quarterback’s prognosis.
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Silver And Black Pride Dec 19, 2014
With the Raiders set to face the Bills this Sunday, I spoke with Brian Galliford from SB Nation Bills site, Buffalo Rumblings to ask hims our five good questions. Here is what he had to say. 1. First off, what in the world was Buffalo able to do to Aaron Rodgers that no one else has been able to do this season? He was the unflappable MVP favorite heading into that game and somehow the Bills made him look terrible. Rodgers did a lot of that himself. Don't get me wrong, Buffalo's defense played extremely well, but Rodgers missed a wide variety of throws and had guys with enough separation...
Tampa Tribune Dec 18, 2014
TAMPA -- Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy is now 0-for-2 against Packers QB Aaron Rodgers. McCoy sat out the first game he could have played against Rodgers because of a torn biceps muscle in 2011 and will miss the second Sunday because of the right knee sprain that landed him on season-ending
Packers Blog | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 9 hours ago
Tampa Bay - Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was limping badly and still feeling the effects of the flu as he left his post-game press conference outside the locker room, but before leaving he said he was confident he would be available next week for the showdown with Detroit at Lambeau Field that will determine the fate of the NFC North.
Jason Wilde Blog | ESPN Milwaukee 10 hours ago
Photo/Aaron Rodgers played through a bout with the flu and a left calf injury during Sunday’s win at Tampa Bay. TAMPA, Fla. – Aaron Rodgers can’t guarantee that he’ll start next Sunday’s NFC North championship game, but the Green Bay Packers quarterback does not expect the calf injury he suffered Sunday to keep him out when his team plays for the division title and the NFC’s No. 2 playoff seed against the Detroit Lions.“I’ll be OK for next week,” Rodgers said after he injured his left calf during the Packers’ second offensive series in Sunday’s 20-3 victory over the...
FFToolbox.com 3 hours ago
Here is an injury story we'll be tracking throughout the week. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers strained a calf muscle in the early stages of Sunday's win over the Buccaneers. Rodgers played through the injury and compiled 31 completions on 40 attempts for 318 yards and one touchdown. "It got really tight about halftime," Rodgers said about his calf. "Came in and got a little treatment and it loosened up a tad, but it was still pretty tight, and I had a hard time running. But I was able to move kind of in short segments in the picket, which was all I needed to do today." For bookkeeping...