A Scout’s Take on the Aaron Rodgers’ Injury Situation

November 9, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I had another opportunity to talk with scout Chris Landry on the Steve Duemig show on Friday. Chris is one of the very best in the business regarding player evaluation in the NFL and in college football.
I asked Chris about the short-term future of the Packers, as they will play multiple games without quarterback Aaron Rodgers due to a broken clavicle injury. The time frame for his absence could be anywhere from four weeks to six weeks.
Others have speculated that Rodgers might miss only three weeks. That's possible perhaps, depending on the nature of the break. I too have suffered a broken left clavicle, and I would say that four weeks sounds more realistic in terms of when No. 12 might be back if all went well with the healing process.
Landry talked about how Seneca Wallace will do from here on out as the starting quarterback until Rodgers gets back after I mentioned that Wallace will get all the reps in practice this week.
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