Breaking Down Aaron Rodgers' Collarbone Injury

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Aaron Rodgers has a fractured collarbone as a result of a tough tackle in Monday night's game against the Chicago Bears. With that fact known, what else do we know?

Bleacher Report's injury expert Will Carroll explains what the injury is and isn't, how long Rodgers could be out and what challenges he might face in a comeback.

The Green Bay Packers' star quarterback is going to need to double-check with doctors before he gets back on the field. In order to play safely, he'll have to heal up and make sure that the next time he's driven into the turf isn't worse. We've seen players like Tony Romo lose months to this injury, so clue yourself in on what to expect from Rodgers over the second half of the season.

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