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Aaron Rodgers: He's ready, but the doctor says no


Aaron Rodgers will not be back on the field this weekend. Raymond T. Rivard photograph

Aaron Rodgers will not be back on the field this weekend.
Raymond T. Rivard photograph

 

Aaron Rodgers, everybody’s saying, thought he was ready to play, but the $120 million man got put in his place by the team doctor.

Science rules over desire, especially when it comes to the player who is the face and the future of the Green Bay Packers franchise.

The news came a few minutes ago when head coach Mike McCarthy made the announcement at his Friday press conference.

Here are running tweets from the reporters who were in the room:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Taryn Miller

    If Packer fans hope to see Rodgers throw another pass this season,the defense needs to play like men possessed and Flynn needs to play fast even when not in hurry-up offense..get rid of the ball.I have regrettably,more faith in the latter….GO PACK GO !!! :)

  • billy

    ugh….not good..

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  • Peter Maiz

    Flynn against Dallas. Regardless of results, Rodgers should play last two games.

  • JaKa

    The doctor has been around a long long time, and knows football injuries. In case any fans or hot-headed reporters haven’t heard, football can be a violent sport, especially if you are a target with the ball in your hands. Even more important for those who are just sooo’ stressed out with no 12 behind center, they can’t take in anymore, re-injury to such an injury can be fatal – as in extremely dangerous, and even fatal. Such ab injury can have the injured back to work in 4 – 5 weeks, at a desk job.