The Green Bay Packers held on to back up quarterback Brett Hundley instead of trying to deal him to another team for a high draft pick. They’re going to quickly find out if they made the right move.
Aaron Rodgers broke his right collarbone after he was driven to the ground by Minnesota Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr. The Packers confirmed the injury and said Rodgers could miss the remainder of the season.
The Packers went on to lose to the Vikings 23-10, falling into a first place tie with Minnesota at 4-2 atop the NFC North.
Rodgers missed seven games when he broke his collarbone in 2013, but that was his left collarbone. This is on the right side which should mean more recovery time. The fact that the Packers very rarely deal in time tables and almost never say an injury may be season ending while the game is still in progress could be looked at as a bad sign. [Read more…]