Aaron Rodgers Says He's 'Medically Cleared To Return'Aaron Rodgers has been "medically cleared to return" to action after missing seven games with a broken right collarbone, the Green Bay Packers quarterback announced on Instagram Tuesday night.
McCarthy: Doctor Evaluating Rodgers For Availability Vs. PanthersRodgers could be eligible to be activated for Sunday's game against Carolina, which would be eight games after getting hurt Oct. 15 at Minnesota.
Packers Outlast Browns, Rodgers Poised For Return?The Packers (7-6) overcame a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter and beat the Browns in overtime.
Aaron Rodgers Back At PracticeAaron Rodgers celebrated his 34th birthday by returning to Green Bay Packers practice.
McCarthy: Aaron Rodgers Could Practice SaturdayGreen Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy dropped some news Friday morning which probably sent an all-too-familiar chill down Vikings fans’ spines: Aaron Rodgers may return to practice Saturday.
Keidel: Surging Steelers Still Lucky To Not Face RodgersThe Pittsburgh Steelers and their fans have to be ecstatic to face a Green Bay Packers team without Aaron Rodgers.
Barr Fires Back After Rodgers Says LB Gave Him The FingerA spat between Aaron Rodgers and Anthony Barr that began with a broken collarbone is still raging on, nearly two weeks later.
Rodgers Says Barr Gave Him The Finger After Bone-Breaking HitIn an appearance on Conan O’Brien’s Clueless Gamer segment, Rodgers said there were some extracurricular actions from Barr.
Packers Place Rodgers On Injured ReserveThe Green Bay Packers have placed Aaron Rodgers on injured reserve after the quarterback had surgery on his broken collarbone.
Barr Wouldn't Have Done Anything Differently On Rodgers Hit Minnesota Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr said Friday that he had no intent to injure Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
4 Takeaways: Vikings Beat Packers, 23-10What a difference a couple weeks makes for the Minnesota Vikings.
Aaron Rodgers To Have Surgery On Collarbone; No Timeline For ReturnGreen Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says quarterback Aaron Rodgers will have surgery on his broken right collarbone, and that his season could be over.