Aaron Rodgers’ Health and the Expanding Injury List For the Green Bay Packers

October 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy was the bearer of bad news Monday, as his weekly Monday press conference was littered with questions about the deteriorating health of his football team.
In fact, McCarthy was delayed over a half an hour in getting to the press conference because his meeting with team doctors was so lengthy.
"I apologize for being late," McCarthy said. "I'll start with the medical report." Good idea, Mike. 
The most concerning of injuries McCarthy discussed was the concussion suffered by quarterback Aaron Rodgers on the last play of his afternoon Sunday. Rodgers, whose interception on the play set up the Redskins' winning field goal, was struck in the helmet by a Washington blitzer and was unable to attend his normal post-game questioning with reporters.
McCarthy was unsure of Rodgers' availability for next Sunday, but made it clear that he would miss some practice time this week. 
Concussions have become a prominent theme in...

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