Rodgers talks about return

If healed by December "I’ll be out there"

Mike Clemens
November 03, 2017 - 6:51 pm

Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports


Green Bay, WI - "The pain, obviously, was intense."

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers spoke for the first time to reporters Friday since he suffered a broken right collar bone against the Minnesota Vikings. Rodgers is on the injured reserve list, but could return after eight weeks.

“The only reason to come back would be that I’m healed completely,” Rodgers said. “If that doesn’t happen in eight weeks, there’s not even a conversation. … The biggest thing right now is range of motion and the strength, which ultimately won’t be the issues as we get to the end of this season. It will be the bone healing. But there’s a timetable. I believe I can practice in six weeks based on the schedule. So if I’m at a place at that point healing-wise and ability to throw, then I’ll be out here. And if I’m not, I won’t.”    READ MORE

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