Green Bay Packers Injury Update: QB Aaron Rodgers questionable to return vs. Eagles

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers suffered a new oblique injury in the second half against the Eagles on Sunday night.

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Green Bay Packers Injury Updates: Aaron Rodgers injury report: NFL Sunday Night Football Packer vs Eagles, Eagles take the victory over the packers at 33-40. In the second half of the match, the Green Bay Packers Quarter Back player Aaron Rodgers was injured.

After QB Aaron suffered an oblique injury, he left the match and went to the locker room to check injuries. 

According to the Green Bay Packers tweets and say QB Aaron Rodgers is questionable to return.

As the NFL reports, QB Aaron Rodgers has already suffered from a broken thumb and is now dealing with a rib injury.

However, he is on the team but out of the field. To fulfilled the AB Aaron Rodgers, Jordan Love is taking the place of the quarterback play.

As per the Packer, the team reports he had suffered from an oblique injury, But after the game ended, Rodgers clarified he had injured ribs. 

After he left the game, he goes to the locker room for X-rays, which he said were inconclusive as to whether he had fractured any ribs. He’ll have an MRI on Monday and he plans to play in NFL Week 13 if tests come back negative.

At the press conference, Rodgers told he hurt his ribs in the second quarter. He was sacked in the third quarter on the Packers’ first second-half possession.

Well, the medical team is taking care of him on the sidelines. He led Green Bay to a field goal on their next offensive possession, but he was visibly in pain. Rodgers left the field under his own power at the end of the drive, claiming he was in a lot of pain and worried about a punctured lung.

On the next drive, Jordan Love took over and promptly threw a 63-yard touchdown pass to Christian Watson. Jordan finished the game by completing 6 of 9 passes for 113 yards.

Even at halftime, Rodgers finished the night 11-of-16 passing for 140 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions.

The Packers’ playoff chances are slim at 4-8, but Rodgers said, “As long as he is physically fit, he will be within the field and team.”

Also, he said that “As long as we’re mathematically alive, I’d like to be out there,”.

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