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Aaron Rodgers speaks about his fractured collarbone

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers confirmed on his weekly radio show that he indeed suffered a fractured collarbone Monday night against the Bears.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers confirmed on his weekly radio show Tuesday that he indeed suffered a fractured collarbone Monday night against the Bears.

Here are some of Rodgers comments, as told to Jason Wilde on 540 AM ESPN Radio in Milwaukee's "Tuesday's with Aaron"

"I'm in some pain.  It's obviously disappointing what happened last night."

"I have a fractured collarbone.  We haven't talked at all about timetables.  We're still going through the process of testing."

"It's a difficult injury because there's not a specific type of rehab you can do.  You just have to wait for the bone to heal."

Rodgers got emotional when talking about the ovation he received from the Lambeau Field faithful in the third quarter.

"When I walked back out on that field.... I'm getting a little choked up here just thinking about it.. that was one of the top five moments of my career.  The reception I got from the fans was pretty special."



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