1. Aaron Rodgers Returns to Practice After Collarbone Injury

    In a welcome sight for Green Bay Packers fans' sore eyes, quarterback Aaron Rodgers made his return to the practice field on Wednesday...

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  2. Mike McCarthy: Aaron Rodgers Making 'Really Good Progress' in Injury Recovery

    Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy confirmed to reporters Thursday that quarterback Aaron Rodgers was progressing in his recovery from a broken collarbone. "I think he's making really good progress," McCarthy said, per the team ...

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  3. Report: Bill O'Brien, Mike McCarthy to Be Deposed in Colin Kaepernick Case

    Houston Texans head coach Bill O'Brien and Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy will reportedly be deposed as part of Colin Kaepernick 's grievance against NFL owners for collusion, according to reporter Amy Dash ...

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  4. Lefkoe's Locks: Lions vs. Packers Gambling Preview and Prediction

    Watch above for Adam Lefkoe's gambling pick for Week 9's Monday Night Football game. Looking for the best NFL coverage around? Bleacher Report is the go-to destination for armchair quarterbacks everywhere...

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  5. Aaron Rodgers Placed on Injured Reserve with Collarbone Injury

    The Green Bay Packers placed quarterback Aaron Rodgers on injured reserve Friday with a broken collarbone...

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  6. Packers Discussing Long-Term Options After Aaron Rodgers' Shoulder Surgery

    The Green Bay Packers are still deciding what to do with Aaron Rodgers after the star quarterback broke his collarbone in a Week 6 loss to the Minnesota Vikings . Per ESPN...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 28 days ago 1 reads 0 comments

  7. Mike McCarthy Says Hit That Caused Aaron Rodgers' Injury Was 'Illegal Act'

    Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy wasn't a fan of Minnesota Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr's hit that broke quarterback Aaron Rodgers ' collarbone Sunday. "I didn't like the hit," McCarthy said Monday, per Ryan Wood of USA Today ...

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