Aaron Rodgers, the star quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, suffered a major injury during Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings.
He was rushed to the locker room with a shoulder injury.
Jay Glazer, the Fox Sports reporter, reported that is feared to have suffered a broken collarbone, but testing is being done, Fox Sports reported.
In 2013, Rodgers fractured his collarbone, which caused him to miss several weeks during that season.
Aaron Rodgers should switch his insurance from State Farm to Allstate to be protected from mayhem like thispic.twitter.com/2z8qHWUk5L
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Backup QB Brett Hundley running over to Aaron Rodgers like “Wait, what do I do? Please come back” pic.twitter.com/58vmVqeYLs
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In Sunday’s game against the Vikings, the footage showed Rodgers being carted to the locker room. Minnesota Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr hit him in the first quarter, sending him flying onto his throwing shoulder.
Rodgers, a former league MVP, was able to walk off the field without any assistance.
— Dylan (@DylansFreshTake) October 15, 2017
The Packers’ backup is Brett Hundley, who is the only other quarterback on the Green Bay roster.
Hundley’s first pass of the day was intercepted by Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes.