Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers should sit one more week. Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports photograph

Aaron Rodgers: A Satirical Collarbone

Aug 22, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tim Tebow (5) on the sidelines in the fourth quarter of a preseason game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports


In the today’s press conference with Green Bay Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy, he said that Aaron Rodgers has yet to be cleared medically to play in a game.

Many Green Bay Packers fans are upset that Aaron has still yet to be medically cleared to play. “Seriously though, Brett Favre would play,” is a very popular mentality right now among many fans.

Well there’s good news, Packers Nation. What if Tim Tebow came through and made the offer of lifetime – offering to trade left collarbones with Aaron Rodgers. We heard that Tim Tebow reportedly contacted Rodgers’ agent Wednesday afternoon after he heard the news that Aaron was not yet medically cleared. Aaron and his agent have yet to confirm the swap but the offer allegedly remains on the table. Tebow simply stated that he hates seeing Aaron on the sideline. Tebow would know all about standing on the sidelines. The overhyped and overrated quarterback was overlooked as a backup for the Green Bay Packers, and said he simply wants to help out any way he can.

This is the first time in the history of the NFL a collarbone swap would take place and team physicians remain hopeful. With any procedure, there are certain risks involved but they remain small in this case.

Even with a successful procedure, certain questions will remain.  Will Aaron’s new collarbone affect the throwing speed of his right arm? Once fully healed, will Tim Tebow’s new left collar bone make him throw more like Aaron Rodgers?

We may never know … heck, we admit, there’s no chance we’ll ever know, but it sure is fun to consider the possibilities.

Now we forcefully remove tongue from cheek. …

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