Packers’ Aaron Rodgers Says Collarbone Feels Good
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who broke his collarbone during a hit from Minnesota Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr back in Week 6, is reporting that everything is good with his collarbone.
Rodgers will be in Minnesota for guest appearances on radio and TV as the NFL prepares for the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Rodgers says he is able to play golf and he expects to be fine when the time comes to start offseason work with the Packers later this year.
Packers fans will take that news as a big win.