Aaron Rodgers Could Miss Season After Suffers Broken Clavicle

Aaron Rodgers Could Miss Season After Suffers Broken Clavicle

Aaron Rodgers broke his correct collarbone after Minnesota Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr hit him in the principal quarter Sunday and could miss the rest of the season, the group said.

The Green Bay Packers quarterback was taking off on his right side with Barr influencing him. As Rodgers tossed, Barr hit him in the midriff and he arrived on his tossing shoulder.

Brett Hundley supplanted Rodgers. The third-year expert is the main other quarterback on the Packers’ program.

Hundley’s first go of the day was blocked by cornerback Xavier Rhodes, prompting a Vikings touchdown drive.

Rodgers missed seven begins in 2013 when he broke his left collarbone. The Packers went 2-4-1 without Rodgers that season and utilized three distinct quarterbacks: Seneca Wallace, Scott Tolzien and Matt Flynn.

It was Flynn who kept Green Bay’s playoff trusts alive by going 2-2 out of four begins. Rodgers at that point returned for the customary season finale at Chicago, an amusement the Packers won to win the NFC North and make the playoffs.

Sunday’s amusement was the first run through all season that Rodgers had both of his beginning handles – David Bakhtiari and Bryan Bulaga – playing together. Be that as it may, this wasn’t an insurance issue. Or maybe, it was Rodgers on a rollout pass that tight end Martellus Bennett dropped.

Rodgers could stroll off the field under his own particular power. The Packers’ therapeutic staff inspected Rodgers on the sideline, at that point took him to the locker room on a truck.

Monitor Lane Taylor (lower leg/knee) and cornerback Quinten Rollins (lower leg) have likewise been precluded as a result of wounds endured Sunday.

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